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Copa Airlines' first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. (Photo: Copa Airlines)

Copa Airlines’ Dreams Business Class – Flatbed Seats on a 737 MAX 9

Panama-based Copa Airlines has boasted one of the world’s best hubs for connections, being such a convenient springboard to major cities and destinations across Latin America. At Copa’s home base (PTY), or ‘Hub of the Americas’, bags are checked directly to their final destination and travelers simply walk to their next flight without needing to go through customs or immigration. In most cases, a security check is not even required to board the next flight. With the return of the…

Aeromexico Serves Record 270 ‘Chiles en Nogada’ On Mexico City-Madrid…

In celebration of Mexico's upcoming Independence Day (celebrated on the 15th and 16th of September), Aeromexico joined forces with Mexican luxury department store El Palacio de Hierro to serve "Chiles en Nogada" for the first time on a Madrid-bound flight from Mexico City. Travelers flying on Flight AM01 on September…

Singapore Airlines Temporarily Converts Airbus A380 into a Restaurant

As more airlines across the world introduce “flights to nowhere,” Singapore Airlines has taken a step back from that idea with a revolutionary new way to increase cash flow during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the airline has decided to not continue its own flights to nowhere, it has introduced new…

Qantas Introduces New Menu Items to Reduce Jet Lag

Qantas released its new menu for some long-haul flights with the goal of reducing jet lag. Some of these new items aboard Qantas’ new 787 Dreamliner from Perth to London include poke bowls and herbal tea designed especially for Qantas and go hand-in-hand with the jet-lag reducing features on Boeing's…