Airbus has launched their newest aircraft program, the A330neo, with two variants of this wide-body craft.
The A330neo will be equipped with the latest in jet engine technology – the Rolls Royce Trent 7000, cabin enhancements and improvements to aerodynamics.
The craft represents an upgrade to the successful A330. The Trent engines reduce fuel consumption by 14 per cent compared
Helsinki Airport is trialling yoga and pilates at the departure gates as part of a spate of new airport services tests.
Finavia, the airport’s operator, is testing airport yoga, a coffee-vending bicycle, information screens on airport buses, stickers guiding children to play areas and a summertime festival.
The prototype that was most successful was the festival, with travellers taking part
Gatwick Airport has launched a free baggage delivery service in response to a chronic shortage of baggage handlers.
Baggage handler firm Swissport are critically low on handlers, meaning travellers flying into Gatwick have been facing lengthy luggage collection delays.
Some airlines have cancelled contracts with Swissport over the shortage, with some saying there are not even enough employees to load
Air New Zealand has debuted the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on its Auckland-Sydney route.
The Dreamliner replaces the B767 and A320 aircraft currently servicing the trans-Tasman route.
The ANZ 787-9 hosts 18 Business Premier seats, a 21-seat premium economy cabin and two economy cabins for 263 passengers.
ANZ has also installed new in-flight-entertainment capabilities for the craft, with a Tripadvisor application