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Man pays extra for window seat on British Airways flight…but, surprise, surprise!

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Man pays extra for window seat on British Airways flight...but, surprise, surprise!

On a British Airways flight, a man was astonished to discover that the window seat that had been assigned to him was “windowless.” On Twitter, a man going by the name of Anirudh Mittal revealed that he had paid extra to get a “right side window seat” on the plane headed to London. Mittal shared a photo of his seat and questioned the airline.

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“I paid extra for a right-side window seat because it’s supposed to be beautiful when you land at Heathrow. @British_Airways where’s my window yo?” read a tweet by Mittal.

 

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The tweet went viral online, and  In the comments area, some people even made savage comments, and others shared their similar experiences.

A user commented, “Brits and their old habits of stealing,” Another user commented, “Windows is loading.”

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Air France’s new standard of travel coming soon to the Airbus A350

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Air France provided an exclusive first glimpse at its brand-new Business seat at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2023 in Hamburg (Germany). The seat incorporates a sliding door that allows passengers to create a completely private space and the seat converts into a full-flat bed reaching almost two metres in length.

It also features the highest industry standards in terms of comfort and on-board technology. The seats in the middle of the cabin are provided with a central panel that can be lowered to create a convivial area and make the most of the flight together, giving those travelling together a better sense of isolation.

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The new Airbus A350s that the business will add to its long-haul fleet between now and 2025 will include this seat, which was created specifically for Air France. The Airbus A350 will have new cabins in all travel classes in this configuration, including 48 Business seats, 32 Premium Economy seats, and 212 Economy seats.

Air France is pursuing the roll-out of its most cutting-edge travel standards in terms of in-flight comfort with this most recent strategic step in its march upmarket, expanding on what the firm has already implemented on 12 Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft.

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Air France has purchased a total of 41 Airbus A350-900s, which are currently being delivered at a steady rate. Twenty of these planes have already been delivered to the corporation. The first A350 with this redesigned cabin layout will be the 21st model, “Aix-en-Provence,” which will launch on commercial flights in July 2023.

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The “three Fs” concept, which guided the design of the 48 roomy business seats, stands for Full Flat, Full Access, and Full Privacy. Full Flat refers to the seat’s ability to convert into a bed that is 53 cm broad and over 2 metres long. Passengers can now create a completely contained room that is hidden from other passengers in the cabin via a new sliding door.

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The largest business cabin on any Air France long-haul aircraft, each seat has a wide 20-inch 4K Ultra High Definition anti-glare screen, providing passengers with over 1,500 hours of entertainment on a cutting-edge graphical user interface. Passengers can use their own headphones to enjoy the entertainment system with to a Bluetooth connection.

There are 212 seats in the Economy cabin that were created in partnership with Safran Seats. Each seat has a 119 degree recline, a 46 cm wide seat pan, and 79 cm of legroom. The backrest’s cushions provide reinforced lateral support and have an ergonomic design. In addition to the USB-A port, the seat now has a USB-C port as well as a personal smartphone or tablet holder built into the backrest.

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Passengers of American Airlines evacuated as moth infestation onboard

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Passengers of American Airlines evacuated as moth infestation onboard

The American Airlines Airbus A321’s passengers on May 20, 2023, found moths inside the aircraft.

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The plane was plagued with them, which the captain stated was a “safety and comfort issue.”He spoke to maintenance and decided that the best way to get rid of the moths, all passengers to exit the aircraft so that the moths could be efficiently eliminated.

one of the passenger share a video on Twitter and said: In all my years of flying… I have never had this happen. The second plane needed new tires. They moved us to a plane with no fuel. They keep calling for fuel but have no luck. It’s been 45 minutes.

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Pakistan might be interested in replacing its F16 aircraft with a KAAN 5th gen fighter from Turkey.

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Türkiye's homegrown 5th-generation fighter jet named KAAN

Pakistan believes that Turkey’s First Fifth Generation Fighter will replace the F-16.

The air force in Pakistan is eager to replace its aging fleet. It has repeatedly asked the United States for upgrades to its F16 fleet, but the United States has refused due to pressure from its neighbors and some allies, including China.

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Later, Pakistan forcibly acquired the newest fighter jet from China, the J-10, for its fleet despite being uncertain of the aircraft’s intended use. and some aircraft were constructed in Pakistan.

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Now It is crucial for Pakistan to upgrade its air force fleet with the latest aircraft so that it has the option to choose Turkish defense manufacturing. The Turkish Air Force just got its first F-16 fighter plane that was upgraded locally. As part of Turkish Aerospace Industries’ Project Ozgur, the aircraft has been modernized. Pakistan also may get similar assistance to upgrade its fleet in the upcoming days.

When Turkey’s first fifth-generation fighter, the TAI Kaan, completes its developmental trials around 2030, Pakistan has indicated an interest in purchasing it from Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI).

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Pakistan currently has its sights set on the Turkish KAAN fighter jet, which was just completed and is rumored to be a fifth-generation fighter. Additionally, it displayed some of the aircraft’s features and perspective, which are somewhat reminiscent of those of the US F22 and Russian Su 57.

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Pakistan may variety of options with Turkey. even it can ask for the domestic production of the Turkish fighter jet and also it can import most of the weapons. Turkish is also willing to make the agreement with Pakistan, it is already looking for buyers for its newly developed products.

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Turkish engineers hope to make their fifth-generation aircraft more competitive with the US F35 or the Russian Su-57. However, it will take some time as the Turkish manufacturing industry’s biggest problems are the engines and avionics, which they are always working to resolve.

Currently, Turkey manages the majority of aircraft, although it is working to acquire engines, many of which may come from Rolls-Royce for its KAAN TFX fighter.

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