Updated to note that Southwest Airlines is now saying it will charge $5 for Wi-Fi regardless of device or flight (holy moly…what will this mean for Gogo pricing?) And yes, this update means that I had to have one more word. Arghghgh. The grip of SM addiction! BLOGI’m jumping off the grid for about 10 […]
Archive | October, 2010
EASA recently held a Koito briefing session in Cologne to help answer some of the myriad questions being asked by airlines. Koito seats are subject to both an EASA proposed AD and an FAA NPRM after the Japanese manufacturer falsified test data on 150,000 seats in the world fleet.The ‘question and answer summary’ document published […]
Bizjet in-flight connectivity. Bizjet social media efforts. Bizjet industry upticks. Jon and I cover it all in our final wrap-up from NBAA. The sound quality of this video isn’t stellar, but isn’t that a nice hat?
The head of bmibaby, Julian Carr, recently agreed to answer questions posed to him on this blog and via Twitter. Julian’s answers are below (for the passenger experience crowd, note Julian’s final answers). Q. Being from BHX myself, what plans are there to expand youralready decent sized operation there? #4Julian A. We have three aircraft […]
Day 3 of Flightglobal’s iFlight magazine from #NBAA10 is my favorite by far. Be sure to check my hall highlights video, including footage of the butt sketcher, who drew big crowds to the Jet Works Air Center booth.
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