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Delta may have found the cure for jetlag thanks to photon light

Delta may have found the cure for jetlag thanks to photon light

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Visitors to TED2013 in California last week were greeted with a way to combat the horrible feeling of jetlag that may have been incurred on the way to the insightful conference. Airline Delta provided a photon shower, what the company calls a first of... >>

iFlight: The BA business plane that ditches its entertainment system for iPads

iFlight: The BA business plane that ditches its entertainment system for iPads

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You know how it is: you like to have your iPad with you when you fly. Play some Where’s My Water? and SpellTower, read some books and check out a movie you downloaded from iTunes before wheels up. The only downside is not being able to read or play... >>

Virgin Atlantic launches virtual tour of its Upper Class suite with Planeview

Virgin Atlantic launches virtual tour of its Upper Class suite with Planeview

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Virgin Atlantic is offering a try before you buy approach to its Upper Class Cabin.  Planeview provides a virtual tour of its exclusive suite with a series of YouTube videos – there are 40 in total - giving you an insight into what you get for your... >>

American Airlines trials mobile phones as boarding cards

American Airlines trials mobile phones as boarding cards

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Imagine - instead of a piece of card that always finds its way to the bottom of your bag, and is also very easy to leave at home, you'll soon be able to check onto a flight using your mobile phone. American Airlines is trialling mobile boarding passes... >>

Mobile phones could reduce airline delays

Mobile phones could reduce airline delays

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Within the next 5 years, airlines could start using passengers' mobile phones to drastically cut delays and save themselves millions. Research from airline IT provider SITA and Cambridge University claims that using passenger mobile phones could have... >>

JetBlue to offer email in the sky

JetBlue to offer email in the sky

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American airliner JetBlue has announced along with Yahoo and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion that it plans to offer free, in-flight, Wi-Fi web connections for laptop and BlackBerry users. The service, which will mean passengers can no longer use the... >>

Swiss develop fuel-efficient aircraft

Swiss develop fuel-efficient aircraft

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If you're hoping to escape road congestion it might not be long before you'll have your own aircraft. A group of Swiss aeronautical designers have successfully flown their Hyfish prototype after five years of development. With plans to begin work on a... >>

Mexican airline rents iPods to passengers

Mexican airline rents iPods to passengers

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Coffee, Tea, or iPod? That's the question flight attendants on one Mexican airline are already asking passengers. Although several US airlines are in talks with Apple about offering iPod seat connections, Volaris has taken a short cut and simply bought... >>