Magpas Air Ambulance: Aligning aviation culture and critical care

Set deep in the heart of rural eastern England, the village of Wyton once reverberated to the sound of wartime bombers, but today the Magpas MD 902 Explorer hel... Continue Reading

Delta makes strategic competitive move with free meals on some flights

Travelers like free meals on longer flights. This statement is not hard to believe on its face, but Delta Air Lines has gone so far as to re... Continue Reading

ViaSat’s high-capacity Ka footprint set to grow from 25 April

ViaSat has inched closer to the launch of its newest, high-capacity Ka-band satellite, announcing 25 April 2017 as the expected date for Via... Continue Reading

Delta makes strategic competitive move with free meals on some flights

Travelers like free meals on longer flights. This statement is not hard to believe on its face, but Delta Air Lines has gone so far as to re... Continue Reading

How the Legacy 450 was cleared for London City

Last May, Belgium’s ASL pioneered Embraer Legacy 450 operations from La Mole-St Tropez’s short runway. At a stroke, the aircraft became the ... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Biometrics at the airport and travel in Trump’s America

All eyes are on America these days, as newly inaugurated President Donald Trump tries to flex his political muscle by imposing a travel ban ... Continue Reading

What airlines can learn from Australia’s Indian Pacific transcon...

Travelling by rail across Australia between Sydney and Perth on the fabled Indian Pacific is truly a pleasure trip rather than purely a mean... Continue Reading

Lufthansa’s commodity product challenge considered

How do we kill the idea that air travel is a commodity? As someone who is not particularly keen to pay more but who also wants a little bit ... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Biometrics at the airport and travel in Trump’s America

All eyes are on America these days, as newly inaugurated President Donald Trump tries to flex his political muscle by imposing a travel ban ... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Gyrocopter joy and Galaxy Note 7 fiasco

Airline passengers are permitted to carry most portable electronic devices on board aircraft, but regulators and airlines are having to remain flexible in their... Continue Reading

Watch #PaxEx Minute: Hard product, soft product, and more

In this episode of #PaxEx Minute, RGN contributing editor John Walton talks about how airlines are working to achieve the right mix in hard ... Continue Reading