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Innovation october 1, 2014

Google Glass Now Serving In-Flight Needs

The eyewear adds one more service to its slowly-growing list: An all-purpose tool for flyers and airline staff in the skies

Advertising march 4, 2014

How A Nineteen-Year-Old Redesigned The Domestic Airline System

Matt Voska created Flytenow which offers a low cost and eco-friendly way to travel in New England.

Mobile june 25, 2013

American Airlines Outfits Pilots With iPad Flight Kits

The company reduces waste by getting rid of the more than 24 million paper pages needed to keep pilots informed.

Culture september 11, 2012

Jet-Inspired Watch Features Two ‘Engines’ For Its Faces [Pics]

The HM4 Thunderbolt doesn’t have a regular interface, instead it has a hand for the hours, another for the minutes and a ‘power reserve indicator.’

Design august 18, 2011

Skypak Transforms Airline Trolleys Into Home And Office Design Furniture [Pics]

A range of creative products has been developed that combines design, functionality and sustainability.

Design october 14, 2010

Kenyan Amateur Makes A Homemade Aircraft

An airplane built from scratch will make its first test run in a few days.

Advertising august 19, 2010

Monocolumn: Business Jets: No Room To Spread Their Wings?

The Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (LABACE) in São Paulo is the second largest corporate jet fair in the world (after Geneva’s EBACE) and, like everything in Brazil, it’s growing.

Cities july 8, 2009
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