Hawaiian Airlines will soon have not one but two partners helping it to deliver more service into Japan. Both JAL and Jetstar are joining the Aloha spirit, though the partnerships differ significantly on many levels. The Jetstar deal, announced last week, is a simple interline agreement. It allows for connections between the two carriers on a single ticket and also for baggage to be transferred between the two at Hawaiian’s Japan gateways.
The 737 MAX will soon fly with another inflight connectivity option. Lufthansa Technikannounced today a deal to fit “several Boeing 737 MAX aircraft of an undisclosed airline customer” at its MRO facility in Budapest beginning in Mid-2018. The five-day modification includes the installation of a broadband antenna on the aircraft’s external structure, together with cabling, hardware and software installation in the aircraft cabin.
The British Airways Club World seats aren’t changing but lots of other factors around the company’s business class offering are seeing updates. Fortunately for me, JFK is one of the first markets to get the new soft products on board and I was booked for a flight to London in mid-January to give the goods a go. The changes appear to be mostly positive with the caveat, of course, that you cannot please everyone.
@albertclee I used the same shot for some extra passport photos for my Vietnam visa and no smiling allowed. The guy asked if I wanted a retake. I didn't even look and said, "the more homicidal the better." I think this works. :D
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