It is no secret that the moving map is a top draw for in-flight entertainment systems; FlightPath3D is now angling to make that experience more engaging – and more profitable – with its AI Flight Feed overlay.
Private jets are, for many, an office in the sky. So perhaps it is no surprise that the business aviation world's innovation focuses today more than ever on the most critical business need: internet connectivity.
Dutch low-cost carrier Transavia is expanding its digital operations on-board with the trial of at-seat ordering for food and drinks. The carrier partnered with AirFi to implement the solution on board for the implementation.
Japan Airlines' flagship A350-1000 will enter service later this year with all new cabins nose-to-tail. For premium cabin travelers both space and sound feature heavily in the offering, while even in economy space is part of the plan.
Not only are customers who buy an elite status match good for airline and hotel loyalty programs, they're likely more profitable by many metrics than those who the programs previously attracted through free match or challenge programs.
Boeing plans to push production of its bestselling 737 narrowbody jet to a record of at least 57 per month by July 2025, reflecting rising orders and the company's recovery after the 737 MAX crisis, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.
Delta Air Lines officially walked away from seven operating frequencies at Tokyo's Haneda Airport late last week. Now United Airlines has formally requested access to those slots as it looks to consolidate its Tokyo operations.