Aer Lingus has released details about its new A330 Business Class product, which will be available from March 2015 on transatlantic services.
SpiceJet has introduced a new class of seating called ‘SpiceMAX’, which provides passengers with more legroom and personal space for a small charge.
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”.
Qantas will invest in refurbishing the cabins on its Boeing 737-800s, while more aircraft will be equipped with the Q-streaming wireless IFE service.
FTE spoke to Air New Zealand’s Carrie Hurihanganui about what passengers can expect onboard the 787-9 Dreamliner, which will include unique IFE and seating products.
British Airways has started trials of a hi-tech blanket, which through the use of neuro-sensors changes colour to reflect passengers’ moods while onboard.
FTE looks at how low cost carriers such as Southwest, JetBlue, Vueling, Ryanair and PEOPLExpress are helping to improve the in-flight passenger experience.
LOT Polish Airlines has introduced a new Economy Plus product, added a lower cost Economy Simple option, and upgraded its Business Class service.
UK-based leisure carrier Monarch will introduce non-reclining seats with built-in tablet holders across its fleet in response to feedback from its customers.