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Happy Birthday Aer Lingus – Celebrating 80 Years

Aer Lingus this week celebrated 80 years of flights. On 27th May 1936, the airline launched its first ever flight from Baldonnel to Bristol on this day in 1936. To recognise this incredible milestone, Aer Lingus has flown the Iolar, a replica of the a six-seater De Havilland 84 Dragon which made that first journey with only five passengers,…

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Aer Lingus Offer Passengers Tour Of Their 757s Before They Fly

To mark the launch of the airline’s new and improved Business Class Experience that is being rolled out across its Boeing 757 fleet, Aer Lingus is giving passengers an opportunity to ‘virtually’ experience the product through a Google Maps virtual tour. The introduction of fully lie flat seats across Aer Lingus’ Boeing 757 aircraft provides Business Class guests…

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2019, The Game Of Thrones

While most people will be getting excited about the final instalment of the globally successful HBO franchise, 2019 will also see a range of new business class seats across the globe that will see the business class experience becoming more and more competitive with regards to the hard product on offer. With seat designers and…

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American Continue To Improve Their TransAtlantic Fleet

American Airlines passengers flying across the Atlantic may have noticed a wealth of improvements across the board recently. Not only in the shape of their newest flagship 777-300ER product, but also on AA’s retrofitted workhorse 767 now flying on a variety of routes from the US to Europe and beyond. The new upgraded 767s are a…

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Since founding thedesignair.net in 2012, Jonny Clark has collaborated with magazines and websites around the world, and has become a recognised source of opinion in the airline industry. thedesignair.net continues to grow in its second year and has now partnered with some prestigious brands around the world, whilst still maintaining an easy-to-digest design-led website based…

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