Monthly Archives: September 2013

[Jakarta Post] The 80-minute flight between Jakarta and Singapore has become the world’s fastest growing international route since Indonesia and Singapore inked a deal to expand air links in January. “The almost 130,000 return seats make Singapore-Jakarta the second largest international […]

Singapore-Jakarta is world’s fastest growing air route

[Aircraft Interiors] European low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle is expanding its intercontinental route structure as it takes delivery of new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. On September 3 the carrier, based in Fornebu, Norway, announced service to three new destinations in the U.S., […]

Norwegian Air Shuttle Adds 787s, Long-Haul Routes

[Routes News] From March next year, British Airways (BA) will fly from Heathrow (LHR) to Austin Bergstrom (AUS) by B787. The new service to the capital of Texas will launch in early March with five weekly frequencies before turning daily […]

BA to fly London–Austin by Dreamliner

[CNet] Does Apple need a phablet? New figures from IDC make a compelling argument. Devices with screen sizes of 5 inches to just under 7 inches, i.e., phablets, overtook shipments of portable PCs and tablets, overtaking each device category individually, in the […]

An Apple phablet, anyone?