Cathay Pacific has launched a new #MyChinaExperience Tumblr Blog timed to celebrate the Year of the Monkey.
“FAA battery fire testing has highlighted the potential risk of a catastrophic aircraft loss due to damage resulting from a lithium battery fire or explosion. Current cargo fire suppression systems cannot effectively control a lithium battery fire. As a result of those tests, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus have advised airlines about the dangers associated with carrying lithium batteries as cargo and also have encouraged them to conduct safety risk assessments,” the agency states.
Norwegian Airlines celebrates five years since it introduced free high-speed Wi-Fi on its European routes by sharing a study of passenger Wi-Fi trends.
Gogo has announced its came close to 1,100 aircraft installations in 2015 and that it has earned more than 800 orders for its new high-speed 2KU hybrid antenna connections.
The UN’s International Civil Aviation Authority has announced progress on its new CO2 Emissions Standard on Monday. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta commended the agency on its progress.