Delta Air Lines officially walked away from seven operating frequencies at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport late last week. Now United Airlines has formally requested access to those slots as it looks to consolidate its Tokyo operations.
Who will manufacture the new Polaris single-aisle seat for United? All signs point to Adient, with United as the launch customer for the Altitude seat.
The latest United Airlines’ single-aisle Polaris cabin offers up a unique design to increase cabin density while maintaining space for passengers. But it also presents a challenge for those traveling in a wheelchair. A second patent associated with the seating concept addresses that issue.
Wondering what the new Polaris business class seat will look like on United Airlines’ single-aisle aircraft? A recently approved patent shows several key details.
United Airlines has wanted to fly nonstop to Manila from the mainland for years. Starting this winter, the carrier will finally do so. As part of an expansion of its Pacific operations, United will add service from San Francisco beginning 29 October 2023.
First class passengers on United Airlines might soon be flying in newly designed seats. The new seat features upgrades to the inflight entertainment system, as well as improved comfort and privacy for travelers, with plans to install it on more than 200 (mostly brand new) single-aisle aircraft by 2026.
Landline’s bus service to and from Philadelphia is now considered secure by the TSA. As of this week American Airlines’ passengers traveling from Atlantic City (ACY) or Allentown/Bethlehem (ABE) will clear security at the out station prior to their ride.
Delta Air Lines may not alter its US gateways for flights to Tokyo’s Haneda airport. The US Department of Transportation rejected the carrier’s bid for flexibility in those operations.
The newest inflight entertainment platform from Panasonic Avionics scored two key wins at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2023 as long-time customers United Airlines and Saudia both selected the system for upcoming installations.
No one is willing to spill the beans completely, but it appears ThinKom has secured an airline launch customer for its Ka1717 regional jet inflight internet solution.