Road Warrior: Marriott movies and Brazil connections

Marriott movies, Airbus of the future, Iberia and TAM code share, experience Pan Am

 

Two films from Marriott Hotels Marriott Hotels has entered the movie business with Marriott International Content Studio producing short films. The first, Two Bellmen, set in the JW Marriott, Los Angeles, is an action comedy. The next, French Kiss, will be a magical romance in Paris. You can watch Two Bellmen on Youtube. com where is has already surpassed five million views. This initiative takes rich content to another level, and will appeal to the hotel group’s next-generation travellers. Airbus taking the wider view Airbus aircraft of the future could have interactive windows now that the aircraft manufacturer has registered a patent in the US. Passengers could view the ground below and hone in of specific landmarks as they fly over. Aircraft walls could also change to reflect outside lighting conditions.

Airbus is also suggesting panoramic windows stretching to the ceiling in its concept aircraft of the future.

Code-sharing for travellers to Brazil Iberia and TAM Airlines are widening their code-sharing agreements on more connections for customers to Brazil.

Travellers can fly on through tickets from Ireland via Madrid to Brasilia, Fortaleza, Curitiba, Manaus, Recife, Porto Alege and other Brazilian cities. Bookings can be made on the Iberia.com site and flyers can earn Avios across the two airlines. Relive the golden age of travel Recreate the 1970s with the Pan Am experience, the airline that passed in 1991. Air Hollywood in Los Angeles, an aviation-themed motion picture studio, will be announcing new dates for the Pan Am experience on April 17th. Relive the magic of the golden age of travel when legroom was spacious and meals were four-course. airhollywood.com/panam

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