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Rockwell Collins IS BACK in the NEW in-seat IFE game!

Rockwell Collins will tell you that it never really left the world of in-seat audio/video on demand (AVOD). And, quite technically, Rockwell Collins is right. The company’s eTES and dTES in-flight entertainment systems are in operation on myriad aircraft in the world fleet, and the firm has continued to support these solutions for its customers. […]

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Rockwell re-enters in-seat IFE game with new system

Rockwell Collins is making a re-entry into the in-seat in-flight entertainment (IFE) game with what it’s calling an “innovative seat-centric” solution for narrowbody aircraft, and says it is initially focusing on providing the solution for the Comac C919. A long-time IFE hardware supplier to commercial carriers RockwellCollins’ profile in the sector diminished considerably in 2006 […]

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PHOTOS: Aeroflot’s A330 cabin a big step up

UPDATE: Apparently this interior debuted a year ago. However, it has only just been introduced on North American flights. Boooooo. Still nice, though. SkyTeam alliance member Aeroflot has cranked up the in-flight entertainment (IFE) factor on flights to North America by offering Panasonic Avionics’ seat-back eX2 system at each and every seat of its new […]

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Regional airlines go a little bit country over DOT’s slot stance

Regional airline lobbying group the Regional Airline Association has been deliciously quotable of late. Today, for example, the group appeared to channel country singer Lori Morgan when making known its incredulity that the US DOT remains steadfast in its pursuit to auction New York slots despite this week’s legal opinion from the Government Accountability Office […]

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Red or Blue…What’s a Girl To Do?

If you’re looking to fly between New York JFK and San Francisco, you’ve got a bevy of airlines to choose from. In terms of in-flight services, however, there are two standouts in the crowd – US low-cost operators JetBlue Airways and Virgin America.Though located on opposite sides of the USA (JetBlue at JFK and Virgin […]

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