Russian carrier Aeroflot has replaced its digEplayer L7 devices with Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets, which will be offered to premium passengers on its A320s.
Aeromexico has become the launch customer for Rockwell Collins’ ARINC MultiLink flight tracking service, following the successful completion of trials.
FTE explores how Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer a consistent and reliable live TV service, following the carrier’s launch of the new service.
From early 2016 easyJet will trial new cabin crew and engineer uniforms, which feature LED lights, in-built microphones and air quality sensors.
The new fully flat Business Class seat will be installed on all 15 of Malaysia Airlines’ Airbus A330-300s by September 2016.
Royal Jordanian is using Rockwell Collins’ entire suite of ARINC GLOBALink services, including Very High Frequency (VHF), SATCOM and HFDL.
From 2015-2021, the Asia Pacific market is forecast to experience the highest CAGR of 26%, while the global connectivity market will be worth $5.5 billion.
Singapore Airlines has partnered with SITAONAIR to install GX Aviation high-speed connectivity on its long-haul fleet, which will be rolled out in 2016.
FTE speaks to Japan Airlines’ Andrew Wang about the future of IFE and connectivity, and takes a look at embedded, wireless and virtual reality IFE solutions.
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