SITAONAIR has published a new infographic showing 10 ways that connectivity can help airlines ensure that their passengers enjoy summer holidays in-flight. “In the hyper-competitive business of air travel, passenger satisfaction ratings are king,” says Dominique El Bez, Vice President of Strategy, SITAONAIR. “Airlines across the world have to work…
I had the privilege last week to visit the Mission Control Centre in Monaco and learned how SITA OnAir technology is used to monitor every element of the flight, from flight path, to pilot health, weather monitoring, communications, aircraft performance..you name it.
The digital trends of today’s travellers will make BYOD entertainment a “major game changer” says Inflight Connectivity and Entertainment supplier, SITA OnAir.
We’ve been closely watching the rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in-flight entertainment (IFE) trend as new services and solutions arise which let airlines offer entertainment content on flights where there previously was none, or as supplementary entertainment for overhead screens, even for embedded seat back screens for an “at-home” multi-screening experience.
SITA has announced that David Lavorel, currently SITA’s Senior Vice President for Corporate Development and CEO Office, will become Chief Executive Officer of SITAONAIR effective 1st January 2016. Lavorel will succeed Ian Dawkins who is stepping down to pursue other opportunities.