Flight 013. A bug in the Boeing 787, a bug in the American Airlines iPad cockpit app, more lines of codes in the US skies, an app to FedEx your luggage, the end of Heathrow Terminal 1, the hope for a Malaysian Airline renewal, a parking valet robot in Germany, Four Seasons designs a plane.
I. News of the week
The 787 Bug
The new FAA air traffic system
Planes grounded by an iPad app error
Happy 10th, A380
A private 747-8
- Luxury plane firm unveils £400 million Boeing customised with restaurant and bedrooms - Mirror Online
U.S. airlines investing
- Bigger Planes Making Some United Flights a Bit More Roomy – Skift
- American Airlines announces biggest ever lounge upgrades
Judge dismisses Skiplagged suit
MH downsizes, kills cargo
TAP goes on prolonged strike
The 2015 Freddie Awards
The Nepal earthquake
- Indian budget carriers take lead on fare cap after Nepal earthquake - Runway GirlRunway Girl Paul will provide with more details of the program mentioned in the episode when they become available. Please also donate via the Nepal Red Cross Society or act via any other program of your choosing.
China v US airlines?
- Chinese airlines overtake US carriers across the Pacific. The big dilemma: US-China open skies? | CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Qatar adds more capacity to the U.S.
II. Innovation News of the Week
The Apple Watch is released
- 24 hours with the Apple Watch: There is a strange but wonderful computer from the future wrapped around my wrist - Quartz
- My rocky first 24hrs with the ᴡᴀᴛᴄʜ — Technology Musings — Medium
- 6 Handy Apple Watch Apps for Travelers - The Mac Observer
- Qantas suffers Apple Watch fail
An app to FedEx your suitcase
A new business class seat concept
A valet robot at Dusseldorf Airport
Four Seasons in the air
- Heathrow Airport on Twitter: "After 47 years #T1 will be closing its doors on 29 June. Share your favourite memories & photos with us! #T1lightsoff http://t.co/EMgVUZpL0B"
A bigger first class for Emirates
Airubs e-fan has a factory
III. The Airport of the Week