Lufthansa has released the first pictures of its new premium cabin products that will be introduced on its Boeing 787-9s, Airbus A350s, 777-9s, and as a retrofit on the 747-8 as well. The new suites and seats are part of a $2.5 billion investment until 2025 in cabins...
Emirates is to embark on the biggest cabin refurbishment program in its history. Commencing in November and running through April 2025, the carrier will update the interiors of 120 aircraft with Premium Economy seats. Emirates starts rolling out Premium Economy...
Delivery of the first Airbus A330-900 to Virgin Atlantic is still some two months away, but the airline has already offered a sneak preview of what customers can expect on board. The UK airline revealed some details of the cabin on July 12, which includes a new...
Finnair is joining the growing number of airlines that are updating its premium products, refurbishing Business Class, and introducing Premium Economy. Over the next two years, the airline will revamp its Airbus A330 and A350-fleet in a €200 million investment...
We have been tracking some key air travel markets and recoveries have been spotty. This reflects public health policies and vaccine rates. None of the curves in the chart should come as a surprise to anyone in commercial aviation. To enable market comparisons we...
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