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Eat & Drink
From short distances to transatlantic flights, you will be served foods ranging from popular snacks to chef-prepared cuisines. You can rest assured that you are receiving the best quality of food while in the air.
- Get to know your destination, make sure you complete your research before you go.
- Be aware of public WiFi, they may be a gateway for hackers.
- Be sure to make copies of important documents like your passport and ID
- Always update your friends and family of your location.
- Be aware of your surroundings.
- Try not to draw too much attention or divulge too much information about yourself to strangers.
Even though you’re up in the air, that doesn’t mean that you should lose touch with your friends and family down below. Aircraft are equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth so that you always stay connected.
You should be able to travel without fear for your safety. Airlines today are making sure that they do everything in their power to ensure that you have a safe experience. This includes updated policies for the COVID-19 pandemic and in-flight practices to ensure your safety.
Our premium class amenity kits are packed with items for your health and comfort, ensuring that you arrive at your destination feeling fresh.
Enjoy expertly crafted culinary meals on your transatlantic flight across the world. Airlines make sure that it’s passengers are giving quality meals to help you enjoy your flight.
On long flights, look forward to ready-made beds for you to sleep the long hours away.
Fully Lie Flat Seats
Your flight is sure to have seats that recline fully flat for you to have the best sleep possible during your flight.
Flagship suites may be available for you to fly in ultimate comfort and luxury.
Main Cabin Extra
This premium seating is available for an extra cost however, it provides extra legroom and priority boarding.
During your flight enjoy a series of movies and TV shows to keep you entertained.
Modernizing our Fleet
In today’s current economic climate, airlines are working hard to modernize their fleets to keep up with consumer demands.