Oh now this is a novel idea. In-flight gaming software specialist DTI Software has partnered with brand integration firm Brand in Entertainment (BiE) to give advertisers the opportunity to bid on subliminal advertising packages that will be integrated into a number of existing video games featured on hundreds of aircraft worldwide.The so-called ‘Inaugural Integration Auction, […]
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A number of media outlets have already reported on this innovative laptop stand, which allows you to comfortably use your laptop on an aircraft seat-back tray table. But for those of you who haven’t yet seen the following video, it is worth a look, especially if you dread the thought of pulling out your laptop […]
Whether it was Dassault’s in-house aircraft interiors solutions for the Falcon line or Design Q’s work on a Bulgaria BAe-146, aircraft interiors rocked in Dubai (as did the Saab laser-guided missile defense system – now that’s a big gun!).
Jon Ostrower, aka Flightblogger, joined me in wrapping up day one of the Dubai air show.
Standing-seat concepts are in the fray, following Spring Airlines’ confirmation it has spoken to Airbus about adding standing-seats on its Airbus A320s, and Ryanair’s query of passengers on the subject (they are keen to oblige if their ticket is free). But are standing-seats a realistic option? I asked aircraft interiors expert Jennifer Coutts Clay of […]
Dublin’s 98 radio station had some grand fun with Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary’s recent revelation that the carrier is looking into standing-only configurations, the likes of which we discussed here. Were O’Leary’s comments a mere publicity stunt for the carrier? Does anyone care? Call me when O’Leary starts charging for air. Regardless, after a week of heavy, heavy […]
I’ve finally had a chance to catch my breath after the whirlwind that was the Paris Air Show and a week of playing catch-up on IFE&C news after the show (have you checked out Flight Global’s new IFE&C channel yet?). One of the most memorable experiences for me in Paris was the luncheon held by Airbus […]
I’m probably not doing myself or my career any favours by posting this video, but I’m hopeful it helps provide an explanation for why my and Jon’s final video from Paris appears so light and airy, and low on hard news, ahem. I literally had difficulty remembering my name at the end of last week. Sometimes you’ve […]
Final roundup with Flightblogger…this was so much fun! Click the link on the right
Ohhhhh, day 2. What a freaking day! I’m dragging my tail behind me and I’ve still got another full day at the Paris Air Show. But man, is this fun, or what? I teamed up with Flightblogger again for a show wrap-up – and even dragged out our dear plastic friend Stefan the Pilot – for an […]
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