Emirates expects to return to profitability again in its full financial year 2022-2023, reporting strong results in the first six months. It is seeing continued strong customer demand in the second half year, although inflation, the strong US dollar, and other...
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...
Austrian Airlines will not make a decision on the renewal of its Boeing 767 long-haul fleet anytime soon. The carrier first wants to have a better understanding of the consequences of the Fit for 55 plan on emission reductions and taxation on hub airports such as...
Deliveries of the new aircraft are still some two years away, but American Airlines already has unveiled a new premium cabin product for Airbus A321XLRs and Boeing 787-9s that will come in 2024. Called Flagship Suite, American offers a revamp of its Flagship Business...
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...
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