FTE looks at how Spring Airlines and Iberia have already made use of Google Glass in-flight, and speaks to Vuzix and SITA about how airlines can make the most of wearable tech.
JetBlue Airways will equip all of its flight attendants with iPad Minis and introduce the In-Flight Service Assistant app to further improve the onboard passenger experience.
After five years of development, AirAsia is trialling its own onboard connectivity service, with a permanent rollout scheduled for late-2014.
Aer Lingus has released details about its new A330 Business Class product, which will be available from March 2015 on transatlantic services.
SpiceJet has introduced a new class of seating called ‘SpiceMAX’, which provides passengers with more legroom and personal space for a small charge.
Finnair, the European launch customer for the A350 XWB, has revealed its cabin design for the aircraft, which it says will “create a special customer experience”.
Gogo has received a supplemental type certificate from the FAA to install Gogo Vision as a standalone product, even without the company’s connectivity service.
Following the rollout of Delta’s new IFE streaming product, FTE explores how the major US carriers are upping their game when it comes to in-flight entertainment.
Qantas will invest in refurbishing the cabins on its Boeing 737-800s, while more aircraft will be equipped with the Q-streaming wireless IFE service.
Emirates now offers Audio Description soundtracks for movies on its in-flight entertainment system, making the content more accessible to visually impaired travellers.