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Come fly across the Atlantic with the crew on an LCC (in Y!) and talk about United’s newly revised A350 order, the evolution of Basic Economy and many US airlines scaling back revenue hopes for 2017.
The Paris Air Show was full of interesting news again this year, though much of it felt incomplete. Antwerp is an interesting destination and lots of legal stuff happening in North America, too.
What’s next for the A380? Delays in opening at Dubai and tracking new jets, too.
What’s next for seats, internet and entertainment on airplanes? Aircraft Interiors Expo is the place to find out and here’s this week’s show wrap up.
A CEO gets fired, Emirates may go even longer and we got to wander about the brand new Airbus factory in Alabama. Plus, as always, plenty more.
A special episode recorded at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 205, where we explore the latest and greatest developments in the world if in-flight catering, connectivity, entertainment, seating and more. And some missing bits as well.
This week we’re talking about the new A321neoLR replacement for transoceanic 752s, a new partnership between Hertz & United, American’s new business class seats and a bit of ebola. Come join the fun!
Things don’t always go as planned. We usually recover better than others, even if there is a bit of chaos involved. Still, it is not too common that a simple round-trip requires 10-ish different bookings to make it happen. Oopsie.
Lots of “new” news to share in this week’s episode, and that’s mostly a good thing compared to some of the episodes we’ve had which were all about downgrades. Don’t worry – there are still…