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#MROAM: Former Boeing Australia president talks “seat-centric” IFE

I know you might think I’m being a little bit naughty today, posting a second guest blog in a row on RWG, but I simply can’t help myself on this one. After all, how often does the former president of Boeing Australia agree to write a blog for you about in-flight entertainment (IFE) AND maintenance, […]

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Industry expert Jon Norris tables IFEC forecast for 2011

What does 2011 hold for in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC)? That’s not the easiest question to answer. After all, technology is moving SO fast, and a host of new players are entering the field. I decided to put the query to industry expert Jonathan Norris, who holds the title of vice-president cabin design office at […]

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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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