Articles tagged “aix”

Why Today’s Traveler Should Be Worried About Space in Tomorrow’s Airline Cabin

Why Today’s Traveler Should Be Worried About Space in Tomorrow’s Airline Cabin

Grant Martin, Skift

It's a dog eat dog world and we've run out of seatbelt extenders.

4 years ago

The Airline Toilet That Is Set to Revolutionize In-Flight Relief

The Airline Toilet That Is Set to Revolutionize In-Flight Relief

Marisa Garcia, Skift

It may not look like much in its raw state, but it's set to make everything easier for crews to ensure your airborne private time is better than ever.

4 years ago

This Eco-Friendly Airplane Window Shade Could Be Your Smartphone’s New Best Friend

This Eco-Friendly Airplane Window Shade Could Be Your Smartphone’s New Best Friend

Marisa Garcia, Skift

It’s an elegant and simple solution and very bright thinking by B/E Aerospace—but everyone will now want the window seat.

4 years ago

Star Wars Comes to ANA With R2-D2-Themed Dreamliner

Star Wars Comes to ANA With R2-D2-Themed Dreamliner

Marisa Garcia, Skift

If ANA takes its inspiration from another Epic film franchise-airline partnership, then we might see R2-D2 and C3PO donning life jackets and pointing out exit signs for in-flight safety videos. And Ewoks..everywhere.

4 years ago

The Economy Seat Concept That Will Have Passengers Booking the Middle Seat

The Economy Seat Concept That Will Have Passengers Booking the Middle Seat

Marisa Garcia, Skift

The trend for increased cabin density and the emergence of competitors with similar notions lend mild credibility to Rusk’s optimism. Mild we say.

4 years ago

The Seat That Offers a New Hope For Airlines in the Aircraft Space Wars

The Seat That Offers a New Hope For Airlines in the Aircraft Space Wars

Marisa Garcia, Skift

We can only hope that airlines will use the force of these optimized designs for the greater good--to upgrade affordably and not to down-grade for cost-cutting. Time will tell.

4 years ago

Global Passengers More Willing to Pay for In-Flight Wi-Fi Than U.S. Flyers

Global Passengers More Willing to Pay for In-Flight Wi-Fi Than U.S. Flyers

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Paid or free, people want to be able to chose whether to connect. But we're surprised that 42% of passengers surveyed in the U.S. wanted mobile voice. Considering boisterous objections by U.S. travellers to calls onboard, we would have expected this number to be much lower.

4 years ago