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Airlines up ante in premium class battle

11h thestar.com.my
Emirates showcased its first-class suites(pic) at the Dubai Air Show recently offering 40 square feet of space in the air, floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, seats that turn into flat beds, a mini-bar within reach, showers, binoculars and over 2,500 movies for in-flight entertainment. More space in the skies for the passenger means it can fit fewer suites on its 777 jets, from 12 to six. The new offering is available from Dec 1 on its Dubai-to-Brussels route, with the suite setting us back by about US$6,000. (57-0)

Trump's Asia Trimp

22h seekingalpha
Trump's critics claim he lacks a comprehensive approach to Asia. In reality, his current approach is aligned with moderate "America First" goals. But what did Trump really achieve in Asia? (57-0)

Airbus Joins Singapore Airlines’ A380 Retrofit Program

2017-11-22 aviationweek
Airbus will provide service bulletin and cabin parts-kit delivery services on Singapore Airlines’ program to retrofit 14 of its Airbus A380 aircraft. The work on the in-service superjumbos will be conducted by the aircraft manufacturer’s Services By Airbus division at the SIA Engineering Company facility in Singapore. Along with the service bulletin and parts support, Airbus’ role in the program will also extend to sharing its design knowledge and engineering expertise on . (6-0)

Singapore Airlines Selects Airbus for A380 Retrofit Programme

2017-11-22 asdnews
Airbus has been selected by Singapore Airlines (SIA) to provide cabin retrofit services for 14 A380 aircraft currently in service with the carrier. The retrofit programme, which will be undertaken at SIA Engineering Company in Singapore, will see the airline’s recently launched cabin products installed on the aircraft. The new cabin products will debut on five new A380s to be delivered this year and next year. (6-0)

Emirates orders Boeing Dreamliners worth USD 15 billion: Is it the end of the A380?

2017-11-21 moneycontrol
Excitement over a possible deal between Emirates and Airbus was brewing ahead of this year's Dubai Air Show. Emirates was expected to place a new order of 36 A380 aircraft. (5-0)

Airlines have your personal data, and they're using it

2017-11-20 nzherald.co.nz
Airlines are really good at some things - like people movement, aircraft maintenance, and keeping passengers safe. They're also experts at collecting vast mountains of customer data, including what sorts of credit cards and computers you use, how often you fly, and where and how much you spend on all the extras. (13-0)

Airbus faces high hurdles over stalled A380 Emirates deal, including call to keep program going 10 years

2017-11-19 japantimes.co.jp
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – A preliminary deal to sell 36 A380s to Emirates blew up in an Airbus hospitality chalet moments before the Gulf carrier was expected to shower $30 billion on the plane maker and its U.S. rival Boeing at the start of last week’s Dubai Airshow. (19-0)

Airbus faces tricky hurdles over stalled A380 Emirates deal

2017-11-19 in.reuters
DUBAI (Reuters) - A preliminary deal to sell 36 A380s to Emirates blew up in an Airbus hospitality chalet moments before the Gulf carrier was expected to shower $30 billion on the planemaker and its U.S. rival Boeing at the start of last week’s Dubai Airshow. (19-0)

Airbus faces tricky hurdles over stalled A380 Emirates deal

2017-11-19 reuters
DUBAI (Reuters) - A preliminary deal to sell 36 A380s to Emirates blew up in an Airbus hospitality chalet moments before the Gulf carrier was expected to shower $30 billion on the planemaker and its U.S. rival Boeing at the start of last week’s Dubai Airshow. (19-0)

Airlines have your personal data, and they’re using it for customer service

2017-11-19 thestar
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Filipinos can fly to this ancient Greek capital for less than P15,000

2017-11-18 lifestyle.inquirer.net
The colossal columns of the Temple of Olympian Zeus at the edge of Athens’ Plaka neighborhood. PHOTOS BY PAOLO R. REYES (5-0)

'Sorry for your delay': Airlines have your personal data, and they're using it

2017-11-17 theage.com.au
Airlines are really good at some things - like people movement, plane maintenance, and keeping passengers safe. They're also experts at collecting vast mountains of customer data, including what sorts of credit cards and computers you use, how often you fly, and where - and how much - you spend on all the extras. (11-0)

'Sorry for your delay': Airlines have your personal data, and they're using it

2017-11-17 smh.com.au
Airlines are really good at some things - like people movement, plane maintenance, and keeping passengers safe. They're also experts at collecting vast mountains of customer data, including what sorts of credit cards and computers you use, how often you fly, and where - and how much - you spend on all the extras. (11-0)

Life's even sweeter at the pointy end - but fewer of us will ever see it

2017-11-17 smh.com.au
At the beginning of November, Singapore Airlines announced the world's most luxurious, fully-enclosed first-class seat. Passengers can expect the best: bedding (for two, if desired) embroidered by Lalique, dinner served on Wedgewood, a 32-inch HD screen, two bathrooms and a full-sized wardrobe. Just 10 days later, Dubai-based Emirates sought to outdo the Southeast Asian giant with its own first-class suite featuring hardwood floors, mood lighting, kelp-infused moisturising pajamas and design details inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. (5-0)

Airlines Have Your Personal Data, And They’re Using It - Bloomberg

2017-11-16 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (14-0)