The leisure carrier has just a matter of weeks to decide which connectivity solution to invest in – a decision that could have a major impact on future operations.
FTE spoke to STG Aerospace to find out why aircraft cabin lighting solutions are now higher up airlines’ lists of priorities than ever before.
Air Astana has introduced an Economy Sleeper Class, which combines three economy class seats and includes a mattress, pillow, duvet and amenity kit.
Icelandair has introduced its new Hekla Aurora aircraft, which is inspired by the Aurora Borealis and features a one-of-a-kind onboard lighting display.
Singapore Airlines has teamed up with TCS to introduce a mobile solution, which will offer benefits in terms of efficiency and passenger experience.
Azran Osman Rani, CEO of AirAsia X, discusses how the carrier is exploring a Skycouch-style seating option and shares his thoughts on in-flight connectivity.
Gogo has confirmed that it has received regulatory approval from the FCC to operate its 2Ku in-flight connectivity solution on 1,000 aircraft. Read full article »
The newly reconfigured international A330 offers lie-flat seats in Business Class, slimline seats in Economy and a new in-flight entertainment system.
Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) will offer more than 350 in-flight entertainment channels from February 2015 – 40% more than in March 2014. Read full article »