European carriers agree to large-scale flight evaluations of Iris

Inmarsat says two European airlines have agreed to conduct very large-scale flight evaluations of the satellite-based communication solution for air traffic man... Continue Reading

Small but mighty, Boeing’s mini-MAX makes maiden flight

On a brisk morning under bluebird skies, the smallest variant of the Boeing 737 MAX family made its maiden flight. The 737 MAX 7 departed fr... Continue Reading

A new spring in its step, Global Eagle eyes “contentivity”...

In-seat IFE will be prevalent on board long-haul widebody aircraft for at least another 15 years. Even as satellite capacity costs further d... Continue Reading

KLM outlines challenges of reducing inflight catering waste

Dutch carrier KLM aims to halve the amount of residual waste from its onboard catering activities by 2025, but admits “slow” pro... Continue Reading

Podcast 054: Catering giant serves up wisdom on compliance

Welcome to Episode 054 of the #PaxEx Podcast. Our guest for this episode is Mark Naylor, who serves as Head of Compliance for Gate Gourmet i... Continue Reading

Can a 2-2-2 layout ever be better than direct aisle access?

When Emirates unveiled the latest version of its Boeing 777 business class, on the smallest aircraft currently in its fleet — the Boeing 777... Continue Reading

Exploring JAL’s limited-time, seasonal soft product options

One of the unusual things you notice when you visit Japan is how many seasonal and limited-time promotions there are in shops and restaurant... Continue Reading

#PaxEx Podcast: AirFi CCO talks fast deployment of portable wifi

Welcome to Episode 055 of the #PaxEx podcast. Our guest is long-time industry executive Martin Cunnison, who now serves as CCO of AirFi, a f... Continue Reading

In Conversation: Future storm clouds gather for KLM and Schiphol

Aviation journalist Yteke de Jong speaks with RGN deputy editor John Walton from Amsterdam, talking all things KLM and Schiphol Airport in t... Continue Reading