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  • Qatar Airways launches ‘honeymoon’ for business class

    Qatar claims to have ushered in a new standard in Business Class travel with the launch of its flexible QSuite at the Berlin’s ITB travel show.

  • Peugeot Design Lab serves aviation

    Since 2012, Peugeot Design Lab’s automotive designers have been involved with several aviation projects, having designed an airplane seat and the exterior design of a new helicopter. Come and take a closer look.

  • United Airlines’ new tablet tray for tablets

    In Chicago, United Airlines have just introduced the new seats that will soon equip their Boeing 737’s and Airbus A320’s. An innovative detail caught our attention.

  • Experience the new Air France medium-haul cabin

    On 18th March, during a ferry flight between Toulouse (south west France) and Paris, along with a number of Air France staff and customers we were able to experience the comfort of the first A319’s brand new cabin. By the summer of 2016, a total of 49 Air France medium-haul aircraft will be refurbished.

  • Air France tackles the medium-haul sector

    Reclaiming Business Class clientèle to its medium-haul network is the new goal Air France has set itself, after attacking that of the long haul. On 27th November, at their company headquarters at Roissy (near Paris), the Chairman and CEO presented the new Business Class cabins seats that will be provided on some of its Airbus A319’s and A320’s from next April.

  • The Expliseat seat soon on Air Méditerranée

    When we discovered it a year ago, this seat, developed by the French company Expliseat, was still at the prototype stage. It was certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency in June 2013 and even found a buyer. On Tuesday 4 June, the name of the first customer was unveiled.

  • Air France's Business Class revival strategy

    With the object of attracting its Business Class customers, Air France has unveiled its new seats for that category, which will be progressively installed from June on board its Boeing 777's ! This seat – sorry, "cocoon" - manufactured by Zodiac Aerospace, required four years of development and costs a whopping € 50,000 each !


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