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Delta has become the third airline to sign up to Gogo’s 2Ku service, which will enable the carrier to expand its Wi-Fi coverage area to over-water routes.
Next month, Dutch low-cost carrier Transavia will introduce the tablet-based Connected Crew solution and install an AirFi Box on each of its aircraft.
Lufthansa has completed the retrofit of its new First Class cabin, which features eight lie-flat seats, on all of its long-haul aircraft based at Munich Airport.
Japan Airlines’ onboard connectivity service has gone live on selected 767-300ERs and 787-8s this week, as the carrier continues the rollout of Wi-Fi.
A report released by SITA highlights how passengers, airlines and airports are planning to make use of mobile technology over the next three years.
Data collecting sensors, which track passengers via their electronic devices, have been installed in the new Connector facility to help optimise processing.
Jet Airways, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security of India and Bangalore International Airport Limited have launched a mobile boarding pass pilot.
Delta Air Lines has made a promise that domestic passengers’ checked bags will be ready for collection on the baggage carousel within 20 minutes of arrival.
All of British Airways’ domestic passengers arriving at London City Airport can now opt to have their bags collected from the reclaim belt while they continue their journey.