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Jetstar puts fun in flying with Bluebox’s iPad IFE

DUBAI: I’m on the ground at the Dubai air show, admittedly looking a little worse for the wear after a madcap Lancaster-DC-LA-DC-Lancaster-New York-Dubai travel schedule this week, though the final leg was made infinitely better by the fact that I scored an exit row seat on the Emirates Airbus A380 (sweeeeet!) My focus over the […]

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Multiplayer social gaming takes to the skies

Get ready to knock out your fellow passengers in flight! A new multiplayer social gaming platform for in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems allows passengers to host, invite and play multiplayer games with each in the sky. The so-called ‘Playport’ platform, which has been created by Western Outdoor Interactive, even allows airlines to host cabin-wide contests for […]

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In-flight connectivity takes hold (and SAS opts for eXConnect)

On the chance you don’t catch it on Flightglobal’s IFEC channel, here is a link to an Airline Business chart that details year-end figures for in-flight connectivity equipage worldwide. Many thanks to all the firms that participated – AeroMobile, Aircell, OnAir, Panasonic Avionics and Row 44. I have no doubt that 2011 will be a […]

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Exclusive: Bombardier’s first Q400 NextGen (for Wideroe) revealed

Bombardier has revealed its very first Q400 NextGen to Runway Girl. The aircraft, which is headed to SAS unit Wideroe, is equipped with 78 B/E Aerospace “Model 945″ seats (click on pic for fuller view of specs). You may recall that SAS last year placed orders for 14 Q400 NextGen aircraft for its Wideroe and […]

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