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...
Five years after exiting the lucrative Houston-Lagos route, United Airlines has set plans to operate the first-ever nonstop flight between Washington, D.C., and Lagos and offer more flights between D.C. and Africa than any other US carrier. The airline announced today...
Emirates stated today that it will receive three more A380 aircraft from Airbus this year with its last unit on order scheduled to join its fleet in November, bringing forward the original delivery timeline from June 2022. In January last year, Airbus decided to add...
Seven years after parent airline Lufthansa, SWISS is set to introduce Premium Economy seats on its fleet from the final quarter of this year. The new class was unveiled on June 28 and puts SWISS among the airlines that want to benefit from passengers who want to pay...
When Emirates’ newest and 118th Airbus A380 is set to enter service on January 4 flying to London Heathrow, it’s a small but nevertheless important step for the airline from Dubai. It will be the first time passengers can enjoy the new Premium Economy class. Whereas...
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