Art is in the air this month and our December edition of #PaxEx TV is bringing you the scoop!
 
To start things off, RGN Contributing Editor Tomas Romero takes us on a tour of MotoArt Studios in El Segundo, where with a bit of elbow grease (and a ton of passion) decommissioned aircraft are transformed into beautiful and functional art.
 
We discuss Norwegian Air International’s shiny new permit to operate transatlantic flights using Boeing 737 Max single-aisle aircraft, plus we take a look at DJ Steve Aoiki’s tie-up with All Nippon Airways, and finally, we dish on China Southern’s social media campaign, aimed at luring international foodies to the airline.
 
Host: Mary Kirby @runwaygirl
Producer: Maryann Simson @jetwayMJ
Field correspondent: Tomás Romero @TNRomero
Field camera & edit: Tomás Romero @TNRomero

Studio edit: Erik Kaben [email protected] 

Special thanks: Our sponsor Gogo (www.gogoair.com), MotoArt Studios (www.motoart.com), All Nippon Airways (www.ana.co.jp) for the Aoki/Experience Class Video, and Airbus (www.airbus.com) and Norwegian (www.norwegian.com) for images.

The following article was originally published to #PaxEx TV: Aircraft parts become MotoArt & Aoki spins ANA Experience and is available on My Travel Bay. Find more on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35XYDyl0M58

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