Competition in the In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) market is fierce. A number of attractive solutions are hitting the market at once, and the success of any of these in the long-term depends on how airlines can make them pay off.
We want more onboard. If we can’t have more room, we’ll take more entertainment. You can read more about the potential growth of In-Flight Connectivity… Read More »Could Brands Turn In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity Into Financial Security For Airlines?
Inmarsat and Rockwell Collins have announced a new collaboration to bring high-speed connectivity onboard more aircraft by making Rockwell Collins a Value Added Reseller of… Read More »Rockwell Collins Aligns with Inmarsat for In-Flight Connectivity
One of the quietly most controversial topics of discussion at this year’s SITA IT Summit in Brussels was the difference of opinion between Eash Sundaram,… Read More »Airlines: Is a Customer Service Mindset at Odds With a Social Media Culture?
Image: Heartbleed Patch Needed, Creative Commons, Public Domain First, some quick facts about Heartbleed: Heartbleed is not a malicious attack. It is a design flaw… Read More »The Heartbleed bug: what could Aviation teach Tech and what could Tech teach Aviation?
Great Fun Discussing #PaxEx with @RunwayGirl and @MaxFlight on Episode 007: Seat Safety and Cyber Security | Runway Girl Network
I want to thank the ever graceful and impressively insightful Mary Kirby, Founder and Editor of the Runway Girl Network for inviting me to join her… Read More »Great Fun Discussing #PaxEx with @RunwayGirl and @MaxFlight on Episode 007: Seat Safety and Cyber Security | Runway Girl Network
In this third instalment of Profits Ain’t Peanuts we discuss the use of PEDs on board aircraft, inflight connectivity services, and IFE. In today’s world data… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part Three: Take a Byte)