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Kellner and Kelly and an in-flight Wi-Fi revelation to Webb

Continental Airlines expects to make a decision on whether to bring in-flight broadband to passengers sometime next year, but the carrier would like LiveTV to play a role in making that happen, company CEO Larry Kellner told aviation journa-blogger extraordinaire Dan Webb last week at the NBTA conference. Well, well, well. Isn’t that interesting? Could […]

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A tweet-up of JetBlue, Southwest and Alaska

Industry wiz Addison Schonland’s latest podcast – about how airlines are using social networking site Twitter to build their brands – is a must listen. http://iagblog.podOmatic.com/entry/2009-03-31T10_31_19-07_00 After you link up to JetBlue, Southwest and Alaska Airlines on Twitter, let me suggest that you link up to Runway Girl’s regular tweets. As you can see to […]

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Brazil’s Azul says EMS to supply antenna for live television

UPDATED to include comment from LiveTV EMS is supplying the antenna to support Brazilian start-up Azul’s plan for offering live television on its Embraer 190/195s. Azul, which launched operations yesterday, has an agreement in place with JetBlue subsidiary LiveTV to bring live television to every seat. But in a statement yesterday the airline said the system will not […]

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LiveTV looks to offer an Oasis to broadband-thirsty airlines

I spent most of yesterday touring LiveTV’s hangar at Orlando International Airport and its headquarters in nearby Melbourne, Florida. In Melbourne, I got a chance to experience LiveTV’s latest-generation live television system, LTV3, which we’ll chat about later in more detail here (suffice it to say, the system is pretty damn awesome). But I also […]

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Ready, set, chat: AeroMobile supports commercial voice-call first

I haven’t written about one of my favourite subjects – in-flight connectivity – in what feels like ages. But I couldn’t let the opportunity pass to say a big word of congratulations to Arinc/Telenor joint venture AeroMobile, which is now enjoying visible gains from its hard work after the first authorized in-flight mobile phone call […]

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Give a hand for a little leg

Will folks pay more money to secure a bit of extra legroom on a JetBlue Airbus A320 or Embraer 190? I feel fairly certain that long-legged fans of the carrier’s service will be happy to do just that. JetBlue today confirmed it will allow A320 customers to pay extra for greater seat pitch; rows two […]

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