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Airline News

Take a tour of the new American Airlines catering facility at DFW

American Airlines has opened a $100 million catering facility to serve its hub at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The 214,000-square-foot building is the largest airline catering kitchen in the USA, at more than three-times the size of an NFL football field. See what goes on in that space…

Aircraft Safety

The August/September 2023 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!

Highlights of the August/September 2023 issue include a deep dive into how metadata will transform IFE content; how greater cabin density equates to greater sustainability (or doesn’t); a review of the latest aircraft seating designs; a preview of APEX Global Expo in Long Beach; and an introduction to the APEX Greener programme for easier sustainable choices

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Play trials onboard retail technologies

Icelandic low-cost airline, Play, is running a trial of Bluebox Aviation Systems’ onboard retail technology on its fleet of 10 A320 Family aircraft. The airline will initially run the Blueview onboard retail service via a battery-operated portable streaming system, with more features due to be trialled in future

Airline News

Southwest Airlines brings in a new inflight retail system

Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost carrier, has appointed Most to provide its inflight retail and payment systems. The systems will bring together onboard product management, bespoke payment hardware, and payment processing, all customised for the airline

Catering & Onboard Retail

WTCE brought the wow factor to Hamburg

World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) welcomed the industry’s leading airline and rail companies, with more than 3,500 attendees from 88 different countries visiting the three-day event. The expo was centred around the three core themes of passenger wellbeing, sustainability and creating memorable experiences, with visitors and exhibitors alike keen to bring the fun back to post-pandemic travel

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