Korean Air has taken delivery of its first Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental, which includes the new First Class Kosmo Suite 2.0 and Prestige Suite.
The new “The Business” product features lie-flat seats with direct aisle access, 16-inch IFE screens and a restaurant-style fine dining experience.
This game-changing Think Tank will exclusively unveil its Onboard 2025 vision and recommendations at FTE Global 2015, 9th-11th September, Las Vegas.
KLM’s new Boeing 787-9s will include the new “KLM Wi-Fi” product, lie-flat business class seats with direct aisle access and an enhanced Economy Class.
First, Business and Economy Class passengers will benefit from the new-look cabins, with the latter able to make use of a self-service F&B kiosk.
British Airways has confirmed that its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will feature four classes, including a new eight-seat first class cabin.
The new B777 Premium Economy will include 24 seats pitched at 41 inches, a personalised meal service and a self-service food and beverage refrigerator.
easyJet is investing in a raft of new technologies to improve its operations, and among them is 3D printing, which will be used to replace parts like arm rests.
The wide-reaching improvements include new Business Class seats, enhanced in-flight entertainment and more overhead stowage space for cabin bags.
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