easyJet is happy to wait for the right onboard connectivity product at the right price, according to Simon Lamkin, the carrier’s Head of Operations Systems.
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs says the airline could offer in-flight Wi-Fi within two years and is exploring sponsorship models to make it a revenue generating service.
Alitalia has revealed extensive upgrades to all cabin classes, covering IFE, connectivity, the meal service and the level of personalisation offered onboard.
Gogo has received the first of two Supplemental Type Certificates from the FAA, which are required for it to be able to launch its 2Ku connectivity service.
Air New Zealand’s Kerry Reeves explains why the carrier will bide its time before offering onboard Wi-Fi, and why “personal interaction” is the number one priority.
ANA has partnered with Panasonic Avionics to offer three live TV channels and Wi-Fi onboard its first 787-9, which will serve the Tokyo-Munich route.
FTE takes a closer look at the latest launches from the likes of Gogo, Rockwell Collins, Thales, Inmarsat, Honeywell, ViaSat and GEE.
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