Hawaiian is upgrading its premium products in its long-haul fleet by installing new flat bed seats and more Extra Comfort seats.
American Airlines today unveiled its last three legacy amenity kits to honor the different carriers that are now part of the history of the carrier.
How does Emirates deliver consistency? What does it do differently to attract customers back again? Mike Slattery went to Dubai to find out.
How does Emirates deliver consistency? What does it do differently to attract customers back again? Mike Slattery, went to Dubai to find out.
As airlines have made major upgrades to their premium cabins for transcon flights, eyebrows are being raised as Virgin America chooses to add pillows instead of putting lie-flat seats in first class as its competitors have done.
All-business boutique carrier La Compagnie has announced its intention to launch its second route from Newark Airport to London Luton Airport beginning on March 29.
Japan Airlines will introduce its ever popular JAL Sky Suite onto select 787-8 aircraft under the name JAL Sky Suite 787 (Booking ID SS8).
Famed French Chef Joël Robuchon has again teamed up with Air France to provide La Première Passengers a taste from his Michelin-starred menu.
By Luis Linares / Published October 22, 2014 / Photos by author Recently, Airways News contributor Luis Linares was one of a handful of guests invited by Qatar Airways to experience a “vacation without a destination,” via a 36-hour luxury roundtrip from the U.S. to Doha’s new Hamad International...
Virgin Australia announced plans to revamp their business and premium economy classes across their widebody fleet.
By Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren / Published August 27, 2014 / Photos by author The journey, it is said, is half the fun. Thus I found myself at Dubai International Airport very early on a Saturday morning, prepping to head back to Seattle – via Amsterdam and Paris. This unnecessary journey, hours out of...
United Airlines will be introducing refreshed meal choices in its premium cabins this fall, including on shorter flights.
By Seth Miller / Published June 23, 2014 For a travel junkie like me it is hard to not look forward to a long-haul flight in the pointy end of the plane. This time around I was a guest of Qatar Airways who provided transportation to and from the IATA Annual General Meeting in Doha […]