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”.
Airbus has unveiled the A330neo, which will include LED mood lighting in the cabin, along with full connectivity, 3D IFE capabilities and more seats.
The new Boeing 777X – set for delivery in 2020 – will include larger windows, an improved air filtration system and a more customisable cabin architecture.
Alaska Airlines will be the first carrier to get Boeing’s Space Bins on its Next-Generation 737 and 737 MAX aircraft, increasing storage space by 48%.
FTE was onboard Norwegian’s first Dreamliner-operated LGW-JFK service, where we spoke to the airline’s CEO about how the carrier will redefine the long-haul passenger experience.
JetBlue has launched its premium product, Mint, on the JFK-LAX route, offering private suites, flat-bed seats and 15-inch in-flight entertainment screens.
British Airways is retrofitting 95 of its short-haul aircraft with new seats and a refreshed cabin design, starting immediately with its Airbus A320s.
FTE looks at how the likes of Etihad, Air France, Emirates and American Airlines are investing in premium cabins to attract high-end customers and drive loyalty.
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Thai Airways has worked with Priestmangoode to design a bespoke cabin that offers passengers more space and reflects elements of Thai culture and lifestyle.