Will renewable jet fuel fly with Trump in the cockpit?

As the USA today inaugurates Donald Trump as its 45th, and arguably most controversial commander-in-chief, questions abound over what his pr... Continue Reading

Lufthansa talks brave, new-ish, digital world

“We all live in a digital world and to be present in that digital world is where we spend a lot of time.” This was Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr’s mes... Continue Reading

LCCs and legacies blazing new trails in ancillary revenue

As American, Delta and United roll out Basic Economy products in what is at least being framed by some as a bid to compete against Spirit Ai... Continue Reading

Flight tests planned for airborne meshed-network concept

Simi Valley, California-based start-up Airborne Wireless Network (AWN) says it plans to conduct initial flight-testing early this year of it... Continue Reading

Southwest Airlines adjusts to serve larger markets

Southwest Airlines is giving up on Akron and Dayton, Ohio. As of 3 June 2017 the carrier will consolidate those operations to the larger, ne... Continue Reading

In Conversation: New Zealand and the trans-Tasman, with Kai Koenig

RGN contributing editor John Walton is in conversation with German New Zealander Kai Koenig, talking about the passenger experience in New Z... Continue Reading

Western Aircraft on how it’s rolling out 4G IFC on Falcon 2000 j...

Expecting to have its Gogo Biz 4G air-to-ground (ATG) connectivity solution operational during the first half of this year, Gogo has added W... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Where civil aviation training simulators are born

This month on #PaxEx TV we venture to the north of England to tour the workshop floor of EDM, the world’s largest supplier of crew training ... Continue Reading

Singapore Airlines’ first class Private Room could use an update

Flying in Singapore Airlines first class out of Changi on a frequent flyer mileage ticket recently, I stopped in at the airline’s Private Ro... Continue Reading

Learning from United’s beating, American rolls out Basic Economy

And then there were three. American Airlines this week announced details of its long-awaited Basic Economy product, joining Delta and United... Continue Reading

Ordering coffee doesn’t get much better than on Austrian Airlines

What do you think of when you think “Austria?” The Alps-covered country’s best-known cultural exports include “The Sound of Musi... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Where civil aviation training simulators are born

This month on #PaxEx TV we venture to the north of England to tour the workshop floor of EDM, the world’s largest supplier of crew training ... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Flying the Cuban skies and unorthodox airline marketing

In this episode of #PaxEx TV, RGN correspondent Seth Miller shares the thrill of being on the first scheduled flight between the US and Cuba in more than half a... Continue Reading