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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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.