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FTE explores how the likes of Airbus, Thai Airways, Icelandair, Emirates, Thomson Airways and Etihad are creating unique in-flight experiences.
JetBlue will introduce its “Mint Experience” on services to Aruba and Barbados, making it the first US carrier to offer lie-flat seats on services to the Caribbean.
FTE spoke to STG Aerospace to find out why aircraft cabin lighting solutions are now higher up airlines’ lists of priorities than ever before.
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.
The newly reconfigured international A330 offers lie-flat seats in Business Class, slimline seats in Economy and a new in-flight entertainment system.
Luxury onboard apartments, Big Data and self-scaling onboard Wi-Fi all feature on this year’s 10 most popular ‘Up in the Air’ stories. Find out what else made the list.
Artefact’s Mike Lemmon explores how airlines can deliver meaningful innovations in economy class and how we can restore a sense of wonder to air travel.
Increased passenger comfort is at the heart of KLM’s new-look 777-200 economy and business class cabins, which include a next-gen IFE system.