Updated to include Delta’s comment about being dismissed from the case last month, and to add further comment from Aircell.______________________________________________________________________________BLOG: Aircell says it has won a legal victory after a jury found plaintiff Ambit Corp did not prove patent infringement involving Aircell’s provision of in-flight Internet. A spokeswoman for Aircell tells RWG that the Chicago-headquartered […]
Archive | August, 2010
Emirates recently won an Airline Business strategy award for technology. Here’s why: Some carriers burst onto the in-flight entertainment scene like giant supernovas. They extol the virtues of a new system or gizmo – and perhaps even briefly outshine other products – only to let the technology languish and ultimately fade out of the limelight. […]
US major airlines are really making a bold effort to try and keep business travelers happy on board their regional feeders. We’ve talked about how some carriers are eyeing up in-flight connectivity for their regional jets, but here is a good look at what American Airlines is doing from an interiors standpoint for road warriors […]
Continental Airlines offered a sneak preview of its Boeing 787 aircraft interior today at the 2010 National Business Travel Association (NBTA) International Convention & Expo. The carrier says the 787 mock-up offers just “a glimpse of what’s ahead for air travel in the future”. In addition to all the usual 787 features (bigger bins, ambient […]
Now that’s entertainment! The Lufthansa flight attendant is a particularly good sport.
Are you curious about social media but haven’t yet taken the leap? Then consider attending Airline Business‘ new conference ‘Social media for the aviation industry’ on 1 October in Central London. I’m honored to have the opportunity to chair the event, which will provide valuable real-world insight into social media and explore how airlines can […]
We’ve seen Thomson Airways’ vision for the interior of its Boeing 787s. Now hear Thomson managing director Chris Browne describe why she is so excited about the twinjet. Hint – it’s all about the passenger experience.Click PLAY to the right of the screen.
Cathay Pacific Airways has inked a letter of intent to purchase 30 Airbus A350-900 aircraft, and plans to exercise purchase rights for six Boeing 777-300ERs. In turn, the carrier has become what I believe is the first publicized A350 customer for Panasonic Avionics’ global communications suite (GCS). Hong Kong-based Cathay last month signed a memorandum […]
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