Hawaiian Airlines, one of the oldest airlines in the United States, has unveiled new Business Suites dubbed “Leihōkū Suites” in addition to new Economy Class seats for the upcoming Boeing B787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
Etihad Airways has announced a new route to Osaka, Japan. The city will be the second Japanese destination for the airline after Tokyo.
Qatar Airways has announced the entry-to-service of the newest aircraft type in its fleet, the Boeing B737MAX.
Air New Zealand, which has a history of introducing new “unusual” products, has revealed details of its new bunkbeds concept “Skynest” which will be able to economy class passengers.
Continuing with its gradual expansion and solidifying its international presence, Air India has announced that it will launch flights to Amsterdam in the Netherlands this June.
Etihad Airways has today unveiled new Business and Economy Class seats for its upcoming Boeing B787 Dreamliners. The airline unveiled these at the ongoing Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.
After recently expanding flights to Toronto, Emirates has now announced the addition of Montréal, Canada to its network.
A few weeks ago, IH Aviation and Travel had reported how Austrian Airlines is considering inducting new long-haul aircraft, particularly the Boeing B787-9 Dreamliner, to its fleet. Well, that’s now confirmed.
United Airlines, which has a strong focus on Australia, has announced that it is expanding its services to the island country while also boosting services to New Zealand including flights to a new destination.
Fiji Airways has announced that it will launch service to Australia’s capital city, thus expanding in one of its largest source markets.