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UPDATE 1: A word about connectivity before I disconnect…

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 […]

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VIDEO: Flight Display Systems reveals its iPad mount for bizjets

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VIDEO: Jon and Mary’s final wrap from #NBAA10 – Yee haw!

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?

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Final iFlight from #NBAA10 is the best – no butts about it

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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Day 2 of the iFlight interactive magazine from #NBAA10 is hot!

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Astronaut Gene Cernan talks in-flight connectivity and Mars

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VIDEO: B/E Aerospace unveils Zero Gravity seat at #NBAA10

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Lufthansa Technik, Panasonic to launch new bizjet solution #NBAA10

I received the following invite in my inbox today. Lufthansa Technik and Panasonic are partnering on “a fresh idea in the field of cabin management and in-flight entertainment systems”. Now this looks interesting. I’m looking forward to learning more details at the press briefing. I’m attending NBAA for the first time ever next week. Follow […]

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Aircell launches Twitter crusade for business aviation #NBAA10

A couple months ago Aircell’s business aviation division joined the Twitterverse and started tweeting under the handle @AircellBizav. Using Twitter has been “a great experience”, says Aircell, but the in-flight connectivity service provider laments that the vast majority of the business aviation community isn’t using this valuable tool. As such, Aircell has launched a Twitter […]

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