Repositioning Long-Haul Travel

Air New Zealand’s “innovative” Skycouch Economy seat has won the Aviation category in Condé Nast Traveller’s 211 Innovation and Design Awards trumping new First Class A38 cabin designs entered by both Lufthansa and Singapore Airlines. The Skycouch allows two people to share three economy seats, and create a bed for two that hugely improves the experience of an economy class long haul flight. The publication said that Air New Zealand is “smoothing the way with its inventive approach to economy seating.” The Skycouch is available in the first 1 outboard rows of the Economy cabin in its new Boeing 777-3ER aircraft operating between Auckland and London, via Los Angeles.


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How New Zealand Genetics Make Milk in Brazil

How New Zealand Genetics Make Milk in Brazil

New Zealander Craig Bell, co-founder of premium Brazil-based milk company Leitíssimo, likens his product to a time machine. “We have a lot of consumers who told us that ‘this stuff actually…