Archive for the ‘News’ Category

09.26.2011

Dreamliner Setting New Standards

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After three years of delays, mitigation, and an estimated $32 billion in expenditures, Boeing has finally fulfilled their contract with All Nippon Airways of Japan in delivery the worlds first Boeing 787 Dreamliner.  The keys will officially be handed over in a grandiose event this morning in Everett, Washington at the 787 factory. The plane already vaunts the full decorum […]

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09.17.2011

American Express Welcomes Virgin America

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The American Express Membership Rewards program is one that is both highly respected and well received by the American public.  The ability to exchange points for miles is one of the programs major perks, especially given that the privilege extends to 16 airline programs, including Virgin Atlantic, KLM and Air France’s Flying Blue, British Airways, and jetBlue!  […]

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09.12.2011

A Recap of the Summer’s In-Flight Entertainment

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As business class travelers, we understand that your schedules can often be demanding and your days can be stressful.  So we’re taking a moment to lighten your mood by recounting some of the summer’s most entertaining and bizarre in-flight situations.  It seemed the summer for flight foolishness, as week after week there were headlines of scandals […]

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09.12.2011

Three Reasons to Love British Airways

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1. They care about the earth! This month British Airways launched a green initiative at the London Heathrow Airport that other airlines aught to take note of; their staff will now be cruising between their Waterford company headquarters and Terminal 5 of the airport on a green-themed electric bus.  The snazzy new wheels can carry 24 passengers […]

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09.8.2011

Gogo Wooing Business Travelers

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In an era where the term “time is money” has never been more applicable to business people, airline’s simply can’t afford not to provide the full gamut of services to their business class travelers.  A recent study done by Gogo, the leading in-flight internet service provider, and external research firm Murphy Research, documented just how imperative access […]

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