United’s new First Class seat for narrow-body aircraft features a tray table with tablet holder, in-seat A/C power outlets and stowage for mobile devices.
Aer Lingus has announced that it will soon launch the new “Aer Space” product, which is aimed at attracting more business travellers on short-haul routes.
Air Malta has launched The Sky Spa, which offers economy class passengers free hand, feet and neck massages onboard selected flights. Read full article »
Vietnam Airlines has become just the second airline to operate the new Airbus A350 and now has its sights set on a wide-reaching upgrade to its long-haul fleet.
Alitalia has revealed extensive upgrades to all cabin classes, covering IFE, connectivity, the meal service and the level of personalisation offered onboard.
A 13.3-inch HD monitor, in-seat power and USB ports, a cocktail table and noise cancelling headphones are among the highlights of the Premium Economy class.
Alaska Airlines passengers can now upgrade to Preferred Plus seats if MVP-level frequent flyers have not already reserved the bulkhead and exit row seats.
WestJet has revealed plans to improve its Plus product, which is mainly targeted at business travellers, by enhancing comfort and the in-flight meal service.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has teamed up with Toyota Boshoku Corporation to develop a new economy class seat, which will be rolled out in June 2015. Read full article »