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.

American Airlines In-flight

Passenger Comfort // Dec 2014 // No Comments

American Airlines’ $2bn investment to include upgraded cabin experience

One year after closing its merger with US Airways, American Airlines is looking ahead to 2015 and beyond with more than $2 billion in investments, which will include fully lie-flat seats, international WiFi, and more inflight entertainment options.

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Qantas to install new Business Suites on A330s

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Austrailian Personal Device Rules Relaxed

Passenger Comfort // Sep 2014 // No Comments

Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar relax personal device rules

The Australian carriers have relaxed their rules on the use of personal electronic devices following a change in policy by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.

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Aer Lingus unveils new transatlantic A330 Business Class cabin with lie flat seats, 16-inch IFE monitors and free Wi-Fi

Indian budget carrier SpiceJet rolls out new ‘SpiceMAX’ seating

Finnair reveals plans for A350 XWB passenger experience

Qantas announces B737 cabin upgrade and Q-streaming IFE rollout

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

BA measures passengers’ moods with ‘happiness blanket’

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