Airplane seats and in-flight wifi; post-pandemic outlook

Key fact # 1: Chinese airlines are mobilizing to take on leading roles by innovating with IFE to be more competitive Many of the major recent developments in flight products come from China. This was helped because the Chinese domestic market has been among the domestic markets least affected by …

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Eviation Aircraft presents technical details for ‘Alice’

Eviation Aircraft has unveiled the design and technical setup of its all-electric Alice aircraft, which is scheduled to make its maiden flight later this year. Certification and entry into service of the tanker aircraft are scheduled for 2024. Alice is an e-plane for nine passengers and two crew members, powered …

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An electrical fire disrupts GAIA services

Although it was not badly affected, an electrical fire at Grantley Adams International Airport during Hurricane Elsa caused a disruption in services. Speaking in Saturday’s post-Hurricane Elsa update, Tourism Minister Senator Lisa Cummings said that while no significant damage was caused at the port of entry, operations no ‘were still …

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Did COVID kill the handshake?

Airport Community Schools eighth-grade summer school students recently read an op-ed in the New Yorker titled “In Memoriam: The Handshake.” They read the article in conjunction with National Handshake Day, which was June 24. The article alleges that the handshake is “dead” as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and …

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