Category Archives: Passenger Comfort

The latest news on how airlines are increasing passenger comfort in First, Business and Economy classes through innovative concepts, particularly relating to aircraft seating.

Air New Zealand’s 787-9 Dreamliner to ‘liberate travellers’

BA measures passengers’ moods with ‘happiness blanket’

LCCs playing important role in driving onboard passenger experience improvements

SAS announces major long-haul cabin upgrades

LOT adds Economy Plus on short and medium-haul flights

Monarch to install non-reclining seats with tablet holder

Passenger Comfort // Jun 2014 // 1 Comment

Monarch to install non-reclining seats with tablet holder

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.

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Philippine Airlines’ Business Class, wireless IFE and Wi-Fi

New KLM app lets passengers rate their onboard experience

Etihad announces complete A380 and B787 cabin upgrades including luxury onboard apartment

Air France unveils high-end La Première cabin

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