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LAN launches in-flight magazine for wine lovers

Connecting with passengers “on a lifestyle subject they’re passionate about” is the driver behind LAN’s launch of a new in-flight magazine all about wine. The publication, in-Wines, is now available to all passengers flying LAN’s premium business class, inserted into the carrier’s unique cork-lined wine list, and is a first of its kind in South […]

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Passenger comfort matters (apparently)

Airbus is keen to work with Boeing on a standard for measuring seat comfort. Passenger comfort, you say, do the airframers really give a damn? Well, apparently they do. And they will be discussing it at the forthcoming WAEA IFE/seats single focus workshop in Hamburg. (Whether or not your hometown airline gives a damn is […]

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Six is a crowd: India reveals plan for 70-plus seat regional jet

“Monkey see monkey do. Just what the world needs, another bloody regional jet.” So said one observer upon learning that India is looking to build a 70- to 100-seat RJ. I’m guessing that the aviation industry may have a similar reaction. Reports out of India say state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has been asked by the government […]

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