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Airline News Chef Aisha Al Tamimi

Aisha Al Tamimi’s Qatari flavours

Qatar Airways is bringing a little more national flavour to its inflight catering. Celebrity Chef Aisha Al Tamimi shares her thoughts and inspirations behind the new menu options

Aircraft Safety

Revealed: The 2023 Crystal Cabin Award shortlist

The annual Crystal Cabin Awards always serve as a reward for innovation today, and as a trend indicator for what tomorrow’s flight experience might look like. More than 80 entries qualified for the 2023 shortlist, with many reflecting the ever-increasing drive for passenger comfort, an increased focus on accessibility, and the rise of future air mobility

Aircraft Seating

All-new ‘SWISS Senses’ cabin interiors unveiled

SWISS has revealed its ‘SWISS Senses’ long-haul inflight experience, with redesigned first, business and economy cabin designs that will be retrofitted throughout its long-haul fleet from 2025 onwards, and line-fitted on its new A350-900s. “This is the most comprehensive cabin renewal in the history of our company,” says CEO

Aircraft Seating

Acro Aircraft Seating secures deal with Jet2 has announced that it has selected the new Series 9 fixed-back seat from Acro Aircraft Seating. The seating will be installed on’s 98 firm ordered Airbus A321/A320 neo aircraft, and could eventually extend up to 146 aircraft

Aircraft Seating Qantas A350 first class suite

Qantas unveils its A350 ‘Project Sunrise’ first and business class designs

Qantas has unveiled prototypes of the first and business-class cabins for its ultra-long-haul A350-1000s that can fly between Australia and, well, anywhere else really. Qantas has opted for a bespoke first class suite from Safran, and is launch customer for its Unity business class. With high levels of privacy and comfort, 20-hour flights will just fly by for passengers in the premium classes

Airline News The large table in the Qantas A250-1000 first-class suite is large enough for a companion to join for working or dining

A tour of the Qantas A350 Project Sunrise cabins

Qantas has unveiled prototypes of the first and business-class cabins for its 12 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft, which will begin flying passengers non-stop from Australia to New York and London from late 2025. Both first and business class will feature spacious private suites – and all even more comfortable than on the airline’s A380s and B787s

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