BA, Lufthansa and Air France-KLM among European airlines set to benefit from the latest generation of onboard connectivity solutions.
IAG has announced an investment in Gogo’s 2Ku technology to provide in-flight connectivity on long-haul British Airways, Aer Lingus and Iberia services.
John Hurley, Head of Ryanair Labs, reveals which technologies the LCC is exploring and how it plans to improve the passenger experience and increase revenues.
FTE speaks to ViaSat, Inmarsat, GEE, Rockwell Collins, Gogo and Thales about the latest developments in the in-flight connectivity market.
FTE speaks to Joost Blom, Air France-KLM’s Project Manager – Product Innovation Inflight, about the airline’s short, medium and long haul IFEC plans.
Joe Leader, CEO of the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), shares his thoughts on the future of in-flight entertainment and connectivity.
Air Canada will install Gogo’s 2Ku satellite technology on its wide-body fleet, starting with its Boeing 777 aircraft, before moving on to the 787s.
FTE explores how in-flight education, streaming services, live TV and pre-flight downloads are changing the face of the in-flight entertainment market.
Qantas says the high-speed connectivity service will enable passengers to stream movies and watch live TV onboard domestic flights.
Singapore Airlines has opted to equip its Airbus A350 XWB aircraft with Thales’ Android-based AVANT IFE and Ka-band connectivity solution.