Archive | April, 2014

Delta Redesigns Its In-Flight Magazine for Digitally Affluent Flyers

Delta Redesigns Its In-Flight Magazine for Digitally Affluent Flyers     Richard Branson on the cover of the April edition of Sky Magazine. / Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines introduced a redesign of the in-flight magazine Sky this month. It’s the first time that the content and format of the magazine have been reworked since the airline started […]

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Airbus to reveal first A350 seats, cabin interiors next week

Airbus to reveal first A350 seats, cabin interiors next week Airbus will unveil its first A350 cabin and seats next week as the aircraft manufacturer gears up for the late 2014 launch of its  next-generation jetliner. The reveal will take place on Monday April 7th at Airbus’ new Cabin Design Centre in Hamburg, where airlines with orders for […]

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Delta Flips the Switch for In-Flight WiFi on Their 747s

Delta Flips the Switch for In-Flight WiFi on Their 747s When Delta merged with, gobbled up, or joined forces with Northwest Airlines, the carrier acquired a whole bunch of Boeing 747s. Slowly but surely things have been upgraded and updated to incorporate new levels of flying fun, and recently one of the final pieces was put into place—in-flight […]

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Opt for cellphone use on flights in U.S. airspace

Opt for cellphone use on flights in U.S. airspace Chicago Tribune – By Adam Minter What would the friendly skies be like if you could use your cellphone on flights in U.S. airspace? Last week, comments closed on a proposed Department of Transportation rule that would continue the long-standing U.S. ban on in-flight use of […]

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