It’s that time of the week when I look back and wonder how things have moved so fast.
It’s time for Last Week at Economy Class and Beyond.
It’s been one heck of the week in the real world, with enough high-flying politics to drive a person insane. And trust me, sanity was tested a lot this week to the point where I wondered about whoever developed Apple’s device management, why things don’t work and why Microsoft Intune can be the worst product in the world.
But hey. Something nice turned up at my towers. Something I’ll write about when I get more than a few minutes.
Kevin on Apple’s M1 Power
- Moving to Apple Silicon – The Apple M1 Pro – Migrating off to a new world – If you’re moving to Mac as we’re heading into the new M1 world, here’s my first stab at how life is under M1 power (or M1 Pro Power). There’s plenty of stuff coming on this topic over the next few weeks
Routes and Networks
- Qantas’s “Project Sunrise” to proceed – with an Airbus A350 – Get ready for more ultra-long flights with no stops.
- Emirates unveils a new livery for some of their Airbus A380 aircraft – 10 aircraft to be wrapped with Museum of the Future imagery
- Air France unveils its new La Première Amenity Kit – Well, it’s based on a writing kit.
- Lufthansa rolls out its “new” A350s with revised seating… raising more questions than not… – The Thompson Vantage XL comes into play for Lufthansa. And where is that new seat that’s been promised since 2017 Lufthansa? Still in development?
- Elizabeth Line/Crossrail to open its first branch on 24th May – Purple Train, Purple Train *Prince rift*
We’re shifting up to full Eurovision mode, where we’ll be on Twitter making it a little toxic with witty commentary.
Meanwhile, on the blog, it’s business as usual – and there’s a fair amount of stuff I’m in the process of covering as we build up to things.
And hopefully a little intense on other fronts.
Until then – Happy landings!
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