British Airways Refreshes Boeing 747s

The iconic Boeing 747 is set to continue in British Airways service, with the airline earmarking 18 aircraft to receive onboard products similar to its latest Boeing 787 and Airbus A380 jets.   To-date, the Oneworld member has refitted 6 jets with to feature new interiors. Each 4-class aircraft gains an additional 16 Club World business … Continue reading

BA, JAL To Introduce Improved Cabins

Oneworld members British Airways and Japan Airlines have revealed plans for changes to cabin products onboard its aircraft. The former is set to upgrade 18 Boeing 747-400 jets while its Japanese counterpart will introduce a new layout for its Boeing 787s.   Cabin Refresh, New Inflight Entertainment for BA 747s London-based British Airways’ make-over will bring … Continue reading

Qantas To Place A380s On Sydney – Dallas Route, Retimes Melbourne – Dubai – London (Heathrow)

Australian carrier Qantas has announced changes to its Airbus A380 operations. The airline revealed it will fly its flagship Airbus A380s on its Sydney – Dallas/Fort Worth route in a bid to maximize aircraft utilization as part of its turnaround plan, while also retiming its Melbourne – Dubai – London (Heathrow) flight to free up … Continue reading

Cathay Pacific A340-300s To Receive Premium Economy Cabin

Cathay Pacific has revealed plans to refit its Premium Economy cabin on the Airbus A340-300 fleet. From July 2013, passengers flying the jets on routes between Hong Kong and Amsterdam, Auckland and Paris will have the option of travelling on the product.   Since making its debut in February 2012 on the Boeing 777-300ER, the … Continue reading

British Airways Selects Los Angeles And Hong Kong For A380 Launch

British Airways has revealed the first destinations for its upcoming flagship Airbus A380 jets. The airline is scheduled to receive the first aircraft in July 2013 and will use it for crew familiarization flights across its short-haul network. The jet then debuts on the London (Heathrow) – Los Angeles route from 15 October 2013, followed … Continue reading