Dubai-based Emirates is once again pushing the boundaries of technology, becoming the first airline outside America to receive approval for biometric boarding from the US Customs Border Protection (CBP).
Emirates passengers on US flights to get connectivity over North Pole
UAE-based Emirates has announced that passengers bound for the US will soon be able to enjoy Wi-Fi, mobile service connectivity and Live TV broadcast, even when flying 40,000 feet over the North Pole and Arctic circle
Dubai-based Emirates to develop AI-powered flight assistant
Emirates is reportedly working with Germany-based firm Predapp to develop an artificial intelligence-powered flight assistant.
BA chief apologises to thousands of customers hit in latest data breach
After the credit card information of hundreds of thousands of its customers were compromised over a two-week period in the …
Saudi Arabia’s state carrier faces system failure
Saudi Arabia’s state airline Saudia says its flights have been affected by a system failure as the Kingdom hosts the annual Hajj pilgrimage, AFP reported.
International carrier trials in-flight VR experience with Dubai-bound passengers
Lufthansa passengers flying from Frankfurt to Dubai on flight LH630 were the first to experience the airline’s new prototype “VR Moving Map”, while on board the Airbus A330.
Dubai travelers can now opt for home check-in service
Passengers flying out from Dubai can now enjoy the convenience of checking in their baggage and getting their boarding passes right from their home or hotel.
Saudia to keep passengers connected while in-flight
Saudi Airlines has reportedly announced a new feature on board their flights, allowing passengers to send and receive WhatsApp messages.
Emirates trials VR lounges in Dubai
Emirates is providing an immersive cinematic experience in its lounges in Dubai International Airport by providing Skylights theatre headsets to customers.
British Airways keep passengers connected during long-haul flights
British Airways has announced that it will be implementing high-speed Wi-Fi to three of its long-haul aircrafts. According to the airline, it plans to connect 118 of its long-haul aircraft over the next two years.