Category Archives: Up in the Air

FTE ‘Up in the Air’ is our dedicated area for all things in-flight – IFE&C, passenger and crew connectivity, cabin design, passenger comfort and personalisation. Through our editorial coverage and the FTE ‘Up in the Air’ conference, our goal is to play a leading role in shaking up the onboard passenger experience, which has evolved very little in the last 20 years, especially in comparison to the passenger experience on the ground.

Delta to replace Lumia 820s with Nokia ‘phablets’ for in-flight ancillary sales

Aerolineas Argentinas becomes first Latin American carrier to offer wireless IFE

Allegiant installs more spacious ‘Giant Seats’

Passenger Comfort // Apr 2014 // No Comments

Allegiant installs more spacious ‘Giant Seats’

Passengers flying with Allegiant can now pay extra for a wider seat with more legroom thanks to the introduction of new ‘Giant Seats’ on its Boeing 757s.

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New Thai Airways cabin increases passenger comfort and reflects national culture

Singapore Airlines outlines IFE, Wi-Fi and Customer Experience Management plans

Airbus, Emirates, Panasonic, Zodiac, Gogo, Acro, Honeywell and more confirmed for Cabin Integration Symposium at FTE Global 2014

Delta launches in-flight Wi-Fi on international services

Etihad partners with ACPN to improve in-flight sleep and comfort

Japan Airlines extends in-flight Wi-Fi service

Passenger Connectivity // Apr 2014 // No Comments

Japan Airlines extends in-flight Wi-Fi service

Japan Airlines will install Panasonic Avionics’ onboard Wi-Fi solution on its Boeing 787s, 777-200ERs and 767-300ERs following the success of the service on its 777s.

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Could this portable, self-scaling onboard Wi-Fi solution revolutionise the in-flight connectivity market?

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