Review of FTE Asia EXPO 2015, which included Asia’s largest free to attend passenger experience expo and attracted more than 1,000 air transport industry visitors.
MIA has partnered with a university and medical institution to help make air travel more accessible for travellers with autism-related conditions.
British Airways is trialling the sale of seat upgrades using the New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard via the Skyscanner meta-search engine.
Russian carrier Aeroflot has replaced its digEplayer L7 devices with Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets, which will be offered to premium passengers on its A320s.
Aeromexico has become the launch customer for Rockwell Collins’ ARINC MultiLink flight tracking service, following the successful completion of trials.
A total of 14 full service airlines, low-cost carriers and airports were recognised for their achievements in the 1st FTE Asia Awards ceremony.
The new app, “Ida”, has been developed to enable Virgin Atlantic to showcase its end-to-end premium travel experience via mobile and wearable devices.
A new industry report highlights how biometrics can transform the passenger experience, from check-in to in-flight entertainment.
From early 2016 easyJet will trial new cabin crew and engineer uniforms, which feature LED lights, in-built microphones and air quality sensors.
FTE Asia EXPO 2015 will include a major end-to-end expo, two premium conference streams, EXPO Seminar Stage and the FTE Asia Awards 2015.