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Cathay Pacific’s New Lounge Experience at Hong Kong International Airport

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Arrive Early at The Deck: Cathay Pacific’s new lounge experience at Hong Kong International Airport opens 22 March An open-ceiling verandah, panoramic views of the apron and a designer setting creates the ultimate oasis of serenity and warmth. Cathay Pacific today unveiled The Deck, the airline’s newest lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, giving customers another great reason to arrive…

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KLM Helps Travelers Pack Their Bags with its Voice-Driven Pack Assistant

KLM Voice Driven Pack Assistant

KLM has just launched its smart, interactive voice-driven pack assistant on Google Home. Here, KLM assists passengers with packing their bags through its recently launched service bot called BB, who finds her basis in artificial intelligence. Based on their KLM destination, the duration of their trip and the local weather, she offers passengers personalized advice on what to take along….

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Lufthansa is the only five-star airline in Europe

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As the first airline outside of Asia, Lufthansa received a five-star certification from the British aviation consulting specialist, Skytrax. This honor places Lufthansa in a select group of ten airlines that have been given this coveted rating. While the Skytrax jury has awarded five stars to Lufthansa’s First Class for a number of years – now the entire airline has…

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Qatar Airways’ Award-Winning Qsuite to Take Flight in the U.S.

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Qatar Airways’ highly-anticipated, groundbreaking new Qsuite First in Business Class product will make its debut in the United States next month, arriving at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport on December 16th, 2017, followed shortly by D.C.’s Washington Dulles International Airport on January 16th, 2018. Capping off the 10 year anniversary of the airline’s flights to the U.S., New…

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Singapore Airlines Pampers Passengers with Luxury Suites & Full-Size Beds

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Singapore Airlines has rolled out its eagerly awaited new cabin products will be fitted to its entire Airbus A380 fleet, including retrofit work on 14 aircraft that are already in service. The announcement was made in Singapore at the global launch of the Airline’s new cabin products, which will start entering service next month on the first of five new…

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Flexjet Adds Two Gulfstream G650s to its Prestigious Portfolio of Jets

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Flexjet LLC, offering travelers access to the world’s most luxurious fleet of private jets, today accepted delivery of the award-winning Gulfstream G650, expanding the company’s portfolio of Gulfstream aircraft. Flexjet Chairman Kenn Ricci and Flexjet CEO Michael Silvestro joined employees at the fractional jet provider’s global headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio, to celebrate delivery of the first G650 to the fleet….

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Qatar Airways Refreshed Amenity Kits Debut in the Sky

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A new range of limited edition amenity kits from luxury luggage brands BRIC’S and Nappa Dori have made their debut on board Qatar Airways flights for passengers flying in First Class and Business Class. BRIC’S limited edition luxury amenity kits come in a selection of four colors for autumn – yellow, navy blue, blush and tan – and will be…

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British Airways Introduces Newly Designed Amenity Kits

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British Airways is upping its amenity game with the new exclusive design for First class customers around the world, available starting at the end of July. They have created newly designed First Washbags in collaboration with Liberty London, highlighting the airline’s focus on bringing pampering products to the skies. The new designs feature prints from Liberty’s vintage textile archive. The…

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Dust to Stone: the New AeroMayan Pass

Hacienda Temozon

The ancient Mayan civilization created some of the most spectacular cities the world has ever discovered, and many of these sites are located in Yucatán, waiting to be explored. The Maya migrated to Yucatán in 2500 BC and constructed their intricate and sacred pyramids, palaces, and plazas between 300 and 900 BC. Placement and design of the Maya’s most well-known…

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