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The secret is out! Samsung’s Galaxy tab coming to AirAsia group

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AirAsia X makes this much money from you! And wants more…

A leader in the ancillary revenue space Malaysian low-cost, long-haul carrier AirAsia X generates a whopping $41.60 per passenger on top of standard air fare, according to a new Amadeus ‘ancillary revenue yearbook’ report by IdeaWorks. Here is how AirAsia X’s ancillaries break down in IdeaWorks’ report: But what’s missing here? Ancillaries from AirAsia X’s […]

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Embedded in-flight entertainment is not dead yet

Do you envisage a day when every passenger on board an aircraft will be able to access wireless in-flight entertainment? A day when you and your fellow travelers won’t need in-seat monitors to watch a wide variety of early release movies because they are being streamed to your fully powered tablets instead? Yeah, me too. […]

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#PAS11 VIDEO: AirAsia X CEO details plan to offer wireless IFE

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Airbus interiors chief talks about benefit of ‘fixed recline’ seats

Spirit Airlines has become the latest carrier to offer new fixed recline seats, with the announcement that it is deploying Brice Seating’s new ‘B3100 Featherweight Super Light seat design’ across its Airbus narrowbody fleet (see specs). The US low-cost carrier may receive some negative press for its move to a fixed recline, but is the […]

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PHOTOS: AirAsia X learns its lesson; unveils new seats

Acknowledging that its 38″ premium economy seats “were neither suitable nor comfortable for long-haul flights”, AirAsia X has launched a refurbishment scheme that will see the carrier fit its aircraft with new ‘flatbed premium seats’ and reclinable economy class seats. The carrier says the flatbed premium seats are standard business class specifications of 20″ width, […]

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No way, no how? And another AirAsia X revelation

Boeing Commercial Airplanes manager, media relations Jim Proulx read my standing-seats blog from yesterday and was kind enough to weigh in on the subject for my feature. Here is Boeing’s on-record stance: “We are not contemplating standing-only accommodations on Boeing jetliners, nor do we have any plans to do so. Among other things, stringent regulatory […]

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