Product design and the onboard stage The onboard stage of the flight journey…
2011 saw Cathay Pacific flip the traditional herringbone business-class format on its head to redress passenger concerns regarding seat width and privacy.
Lufthansa’s Boeing 747-400 upper deck cabin offers first-class passengers their own full-length bed alongside each seat – with just eight seats in total.
2012 saw Brussels Airlines begin upgrading the cabins of its wide-body fleet as it aims to become ‘best-in-class’ on routes to Africa and New York.
There is no shabby chic aboard Air France’s newest A380s, as they have been treated to the latest in high-class accoutrements.
Obese passengers have difficulty fitting into a single aircraft seat. This is uncomfortable…
Southwest’s lighter, high-tech interior, introduced in 2011, could set new sustainability standards for the cabin.
China’s first A380 may not be the most luxurious or imaginative, but it nevertheless marks the beginning of an important chapter in aviation.
In 2011 THAI began investing in new seating and IFE across its 747 fleet to ensure it will better match the inflight product available on its new A380s.