Delta Air Lines Receives First Airbus A350

Delta Air Lines has become the first North American carrier to operate the advanced Airbus A350.   Taking delivery of the first of 25 A350s on order from the French manufacturer in Toulouse, the Atlanta-based airline begins its fleet modernization with the composite jet as competition intensifies with rivals American Airlines and United Airlines. The … Continue reading

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

Korean Air Launches New Premium Cabins

Skyteam member Korean Air has launched the latest generation of its premium cabin products, unveiling a new First Class Kosmo Suite and Business Class Prestige Suite first revealed in February 2015.   First Class – Kosmo Suites Traditionally a semi-enclosed seat, the airline has opted for higher partitions and sliding doors for the latest iteration of … Continue reading

Air China Launches B747-8 Operations

Air China has launched operations for its new Boeing 747-8I jet, becoming the first Asian operator of the type after taking delivery of the new jet from manufacturer Boeing at the beginning of the month. Flight CA 1315 took off from Beijing Capital International Airport at 1141 hrs bound for the southern Chinese city of … 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