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I'm not really into shopping I think I was born without retail therapy receptors but I know I'm in the minority. Duty free shopping is a big part of the holiday experience for many travellers, along with the shopping they do at their destination.
When customers log onto the free wi-fi in Qantas domestic lounges, they now receive personalised flight information and a news page with stories provided by Australian Associated Press (AAP). As they click on those stories, the most popular ones are
EnglandAs airlines increase spending on in-flight entertainment, the two major providers of such onboard systems are revving up competition through divergent strategies. Carriers increasingly have to opt between paying a premium to install the latest-
You'll really feel like you're flying How To Train Your Dragon 2 in 3D. Photograph: 20th Century Fox/Everett/Rex Airline passengers will be able to watch 3D movies in the sky on board a new fleet of Airbus jets within three years, reports Variety .
The hi-tech accessory uses neuro-sensors to assess happiness levels then fibre optics woven into the fabric change colour from red to blue to show when they are at their most relaxed...A group of volunteers on board the BA189 Dreamliner service from
Business Insider, the US-based global business news website with 38.4 million monthly unique visitors, has placed Oman Air in the top 10 of its just-published list of the world's best airlines for flying Economy Class. Oman Air achieved ninth place
Flying in the 1950s did have some elements of luxury we don't see anymore, but the in-flight entertainment experience has come a long way over the years...It's technically not the first, despite the banner on the aircraft. This sky-high movie
The simulation is part of Air NZ's 'Go Beyond Strategy of Customers at the Core'. Air New Zealand staff have been offered the first simulated flight experience on the new 787-9 Dreamliners but they won't be leaving the ground. Those lucky enough to
He said Emirates was looking to improve its in-flight entertainment to offer 14-inch (35cm) screens in economy class with more than 2000 films on board, as well as boosting the food and service offering. Mr Clark also said Emirates had found on some
Each time you board an aircraft to fly in India or even overfly the country you are journeying back in time. An iron curtain prohibits flyers in Indian airspace from enjoying Wi-Fi connectivity. While international flyers can log on to the net as