Aer Lingus has released details about its new A330 Business Class product, which will be available from March 2015 on transatlantic services.
San Francisco International Airport has unveiled a prototype of an app that can help visually impaired passengers navigate through the airport terminal.
Airbus has unveiled the A330neo, which will include LED mood lighting in the cabin, along with full connectivity, 3D IFE capabilities and more seats.
British Airways has started trials of a hi-tech blanket, which through the use of neuro-sensors changes colour to reflect passengers’ moods while onboard.
JetBlue, Saudia, OnAir and Runway Girl Network share their views on the current state of the in-flight connectivity market and look ahead to 2020.
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Doha’s new Hamad International Airport and home carrier Qatar Airways will trial the Smart Security concept, while the airline has also received the Fast Travel Green Award.
IATA has announced that Aer Lingus, Aeroflot and Qatar Airways will pilot the New Distribution Capability (NDC), which aims to transform the distribution and booking process.
FTE explores how Skype Translator could be used by airlines, airports and travel industry suppliers to improve cross-language customer service.
Samsung’s Andy Guile and Asier Sinde outline the company’s plans in the travel sector, and how airlines and airports can use smartphones and tablets to satisfy the modern day traveller.
Etihad Airways has launched the first ever three-room onboard apartment, and unveiled major cabin upgrades across all classes of its A380s and B787s.