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Industry has not seen Koito repeat but quick turn orders are a thing

In 2010 Japanese seatmaker Koito Industries’ falsification of test data on as many as 150,000 seats in the world fleet came to light. The fi... Continue Reading

Op-Ed: Twin winter disruptions show holes in airline IROPS plans

Another month, another major international airport with airline operations falling apart after routine winter weather, and another set of resigned shrugs from a... Continue Reading

How Google and RailTel are bridging the digital divide in India

A relic of the British colonial era, India’s railway stations are undergoing a transformation. Since 2016, Indian Railways subsidiary RailTe... Continue Reading

Aviation and tech company chief seeks to increase women in both fields

When Barbara Dalibard was 17, to be a mathematician or at least an aspiring mathematician meant maintaining a low profile in a classroom ful... Continue Reading

#PaxEx Podcast: Why Mitsubishi’s internal time clock is ticking

Welcome to Episode 053 of the #PaxEx podcast. Our guest for this episode is well-known aviation geek Isaac Alexander, a freelance aviation w... Continue Reading

British Airways’ slimline changes add few perks for business class

British Airways’ decision to install Recaro’s SL3510 non-reclining seats on its London Heathrow European fleet — as reported last April by R... Continue Reading

#PaxEx Podcast: Why Mitsubishi’s internal time clock is ticking

Welcome to Episode 053 of the #PaxEx podcast. Our guest for this episode is well-known aviation geek Isaac Alexander, a freelance aviation w... Continue Reading

In Conversation: Behind the scenes of holiday travel

Aviation journalist Benét Wilson explains how peak holiday travel affects #PaxEx to RGN deputy editor John Walton, with insights from her ye... Continue Reading