A merger scrapped, a very new fleet type retired, and a new airline launch top this week's news. Plus new meals across the Atlantic later this summer.
This Easter basket of stories peeks at the Crystal Cabin Award winners, FAA approvals and significant growth expected out of the pandemic.
Some 2Ku antenna troubles cropped up last week, plus new plane designs and dreams of new hub operations.
Where are the new LCC hubs going to be? Federal funds might decide. Plus new antenna options and a solid partnership bearing fruit.
Fast and free wifi eventually continues to be the name of the game, but lots of paid, slower options in the interim.
Modern satellite connectivity or classic video games on board? Both will be flying soon on different airlines.
Lots of connectivity deals in recent weeks, with China showing particularly strong promise (after years of coming up short)
Super Bowl aviation fun or drooling over new business class seats and satellite connectivity? Why not both‽
A massive bankruptcy in China could spill over into the aviation market, but elsewhere around the globe it is mostly good news as products evolve...
How can airlines recovery as lockdowns return? And is there reason for longer-term optimism??