Cathay Pacific, the world’s best airline as awarded by Skytrax last year, has unveiled a new brand image.
Qantas, Australia’s flag carrier, now offers business class travellers seats that can recline through entire flights, from take-off to landing.
Imagine taking your next business trip aboard a plane with no windows.
Passengers aboard Cathay Pacific flights can now enjoy uninterrupted use of certain portable electronic devices.
British Airways has begun testing a futuristic new technology in an effort to learn how customers relax and sleep during flights.
Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted the world’s best airport by travellers for the second year in a row.
Korean Air will allow the use of portable electronic devices uninterrupted throughout the duration of all flights.
Market volatility, intense competition, the corrosive affects of skyrocketing jet fuel prices and the impact of wild weather are all creating hard landings for air carriers.