We’ve crossed the halfway point of the year, but things go along as they always do. But it is time for Last Week at Economy Class and Beyond.
This week, I have mostly learned how to disassemble and repair Microsoft Surface Laptops. Those Torx screws are tiny though.
- Lufthansa to bring back the double-deckered wonder – Welcome back Airbus A380 – The return of the double-decker planes.
Routes and Networks
- Aer Lingus Regional to add services to Cardiff and Southampton – More regional options
- Korean Air prepares for travel surge and reactivates its Airbus A380s – Korean Air grows its network again
Air New Zealand’s new 787-9 Passenger Experience
Air New Zealand has been busy, as pulls the covers off its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner interiors, with Long Haul and Ultra Long Haul varients.
- Bunk Beds in the Sky – Air New Zealand shows off its new Boeing 787-9 Interiors
- Diving into Air New Zealand’s new long-haul seats by Safran Seats
- Heathrow landing fees capped by UK Civil Aviation Authority – Capping the fees for passengers
- Heathrow Express to offer Fast Track through its Business First Ticket – one way of getting a pass through the Heathrow queues…
I’ve finally in a position to kick off my post AIX coverage, with things finally lining up (let’s say creating and deploying a backlog is always a fun thing). On top of that, we’ll continue our usual coverage of routes, aircraft news and other things that catch my eye.
Until then, happy landings!
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