AIR SEYCHELLES has given a Creole touch to the interior décor of its Boeing 767 fleet by featuring painting of local artist George Camille, which adorn the bulkheads, separating the different seating classes on board. This forms part of the national airline’s ongoing plan to enhance both in-flight passenger comfort and service delivery while also keeping in line with its ‘Flying the Creole Spirit’ theme.
UK airline easyJet has introduced more comfortable, lightweight seats on board all its new aircraft. The first of 14 new aircraft with the seats was delivered yesterday (April 9), with the remainder due for delivery […]
The Republic of Congo has a new national flag carrier, ECAir (Equatorial Congo Airlines), which entered service on September 24, 2011. The first flight was between the country’s capital, Brazzaville, and the port city […]
Work on the second phase of the Main Terminal Modernization (MTM) project at Tampa International Airport, USA, has commenced. In the coming year, workers will renovate the remainder of the terminal’s restrooms, replace the carpeting […]