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An SAS A330-300 departing Washington Dulles International Airport. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Ben Suskind)

SAS Announces Plans To Eliminate In-Flight Duty Free Sales

In an effort to cut emissions and save on weight and fuel, Scandinavian carrier SAS has announced that it will no longer sell duty free items onboard its flights. The measure, which will go into effect later this year, will align with the carrier's strategy to remove emissions by 25% by 2030. "Withdrawing tax-free sales will reduce the overall weight of the aircraft, which in turn will reduce fuel consumption and emissions," said SAS spokesperson Freja Annamatz. “Every step on…

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…

Delta Introduces New Cabin Interiors

Delta Air Lines, an Atlanta, GA based airline, and one of the world’s largest has debuted a new inflight product. Gone are the days of their international and transcontinental business class products being called Businesselite. They are being replaced with Delta One, a new business class product with lie flat seats…