– Poland’s LOT will lease an A330 from Portugal’s HiFly to replace the 787s it cannot use on flights from Warsaw to Chicago and New York. Those aircraft will fly from April 12 to the end of May, when they hope the 787 will be back in service. Unfortunately, the aircraft has an old-school business class similar to what LOT offers on their 767s (the 787s will have flat beds).
– Don’t fall in love (or keep your hate to a minimum) with American Airlines’ new livery yet. Doug Parker now says that he isn’t 100% sure they’re going to continue using the colorful new paint job once the merger integration begins.
– Asiana’s flight attendants are now allowed to wear pants.
– SAS is eliminating intra-European business class beginning in June.