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Alaska to equip fleet with in-flight Internet by end of 2010

Alaska Airlines plans to equip its entire fleet with Row 44′s satellite-based in-flight connectivity system by the end of next year. Wi-Fi service is currently available onboard one Alaska Boeing 737 aircraft. But additional aircraft will be equipped in the coming months. An Alaska spokeswoman tells Runway Girl: “They are planning to roll out commercial […]

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The Canadian shuffle – Newair and old air, Zoom

As one door closes, another door opens. So it would seem the case in Canada where Zoom Airlines has found itself in dire financial straights. The carrier has closed its doors and entered administration, after one of its 767s was ceased at Calgary airport by its owner. At the same time, however, proposed Canadian start-up […]

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CSeries will pose “serious” threat to Boeing 737-700: analyst

Bombardier’s CSeries family, the new specifications of which were revealed here, is poised to become a serious threat to the Boeing 737-700. So says analyst Jacques Kavafian, who, after recently attending a China tour organized by Bombardier, rather famously predicted that China Southern Airlines will help launch the programme with a 50-strong order at the Farnborough […]

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