On Friday I joined other aviation journalists taking the new Lufthansa FlyNet service, powered by Inmarsat Global, for a joyride.
KLM’s brilliant plan to help you find your way in the fastest (funnest) way possible.
SITA has invested in Dynamic Mapping start-up LocusLabs to help fuel developments of new geo-location technology for use by airports and airlines.
Inmarsat has completed testing of key satellite infrastructure for its European Aviation Network (EAN), which will deliver high-speed broadband to European flights.
Ryanair has renewed its agreement with Amadeus company Navitaire to provide technology solutions which will support its customer-experience focus as part of the airline’s Always Getting Better program.
Singapore’s Changi Airport has announced a new a tech innovation lab which will help develop applications which would improve the journey and foster further growth.
EveryMundo, which provides performance marketing solutions for the global airline industry, has appointed two new business directors to extend its global services.
The news cycle has returned to false claims of hacking aircraft through in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFE/IFEC) systems.
Southwest Airlines has announced dual-sourcing of its onboard connectivity and entertainment, as new aircraft enter the fleet and aircraft without Wi-Fi are retired.