Emirates is winning the battle of business class

Have you noticed how good business class is these days? With a competitive edge among luxury airlines closing the gap between business and first, road warriors are benefiting from the evolution of ultra-comfortable flatbed seats and exquisite meal and beverage options. After all, all that proper rest and nutrition is clutch for productivity. Continue reading

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Healthy Eats: Delta Serves Quinoa for In-Flight Meals

Delta’s Economy class will enjoy better meal selections courtesy of health food company start-up, Luvo. The tasty, good-for-you options will soon be available on transcon flights from New York’s JFK and San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles. What’s on the menu? Continue reading

How Delta is Squeezing Larger Bins & More Seats on its Planes

This winter, Delta is planning on spending $770 million dollars and three years to revamp 225 of its planes. Every seat will be given electrical power, and most planes will be receiving new seats and larger overhead bins. (Specifically, six more on the Airbus A319 model, ten more on A320, and nineteen more on Boeing 757-200’s). And exactly how do they plan to do that? Continue reading

The New American: Introduction to A321T

As a member of WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council), Cadence is pleased to see that the New American Airlines has voted in favor of keeping the new tail design that was debuted last January, as it was created by two women-owned businesses. You can expect to see the livery on the new A321 Transcon aircraft, which debuted yesterday, January 7th, 2014 on America’s most important route. Continue reading