Archive | November, 2012

In-flight movies cleared for take off and touchdown

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LAN Airlines Re-selects IFE Services as In-flight Entertainment Provider

KNUTSFORD, England, November 28, 2012 –/PRNewswire/ — IFE Services announced today that it has been re-selected by LAN Airlines as its in-flight entertainment (IFE) provider. The agreement covers the provision of all IFE content across the audio visual on-demand (AVOD) and overhead systems onboard the South American airline’s fleet of wide and narrow bodied aircraft. The entertainment package includes […]

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ZODIAC AEROSPACE : The Zodiac Aerospace’s In-Flight Entertainment system is fitted on Corsair aircraft

11/27/2012| 11:40am US/Eastern from 4-Traders.com The Zodiac Aerospace’s In-Flight Entertainment system is fitted on Corsair aircraft Toulouse, November 27, 2012 – Zodiac Aerospace today celebrates the delivery of the first Corsair (TUI Group) Airbus A330-300 equipped with the IFE (In-Flight Entertainment) system developed by Zodiac Aerospace. This IFE system will eventually be fitted to all Corsair’s […]

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Qantas replaces in-flight entertainment with iPads

Submitted by admin on November 18, 2012 – 6:25 am Qantas will be the first airline to fully replace their inflight entertainment technique with iPads. Passengers will have the capability of accessing Qantas’ personal entertainment system, QStreaming, via their iPads and will also have inflight wifi to check emails and surf the net. Possessing flown Qantas several, […]

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In-flight internet taking off

by Ali Scotti (CNN) — As the globe has become increasingly outfitted with Wi-Fi hotspots and cell phone towers, the skies have long been the last refuge from constant connectivity. That’s changing, however, as more airlines are realizing Wi-Fi’s earning potential. By its own estimate, one of the fastest-growing companies in America is Gogo, which was […]

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Wi-Fi from Singapore Airlines

From ShanghaiDaily.com SINGAPORE Airlines is now offering Wi-Fi for laptop, tablet and mobile phone users on its flights. The service is available on its A340-500 fleet and will also be introduced on other aircraft types. The promotional price for the service until the end of the month is US$10 for 10 megabytes and US$25 for […]

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In-flight entertainment to your tablet, phone, may be coming to WestJet passengers

by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:16am MONTREAL – WestJet Airlines plans to test a new entertainment system next year that will allow passengers to use their tablets, computers and smart phones to access in-flight television and connect to the Internet, CEO Gregg Saretsky said Tuesday. A prototype is expected […]

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Up in the air, junior broadband

Nov 14th 2012, 11:43 by G.F. | SEATTLE FLYING conference rooms have just received a boost in connectivity. Gogo, whose kit sits in over 1,600 birds that fly mostly over America, has installed more and newer stuff to triple the top raw rate with which its equipment communicates with the ground. Gogo acquired a licence to […]

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Gogo inflight wi-fi gets an upgrade

–Chris McGinnis Gogo’s inflight internet lab onboard a Challenger jet– click on it to see a SLIDESHOW (Photo: Chris McGinnis) Are you gaga for Gogo inflight wi-fi? To me, Gogo’s introduction of in-flight wi-fi in 2008 was the greatest thing to happen to business travel since the invention of the jet engine. It has so transformed the […]

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Gogo Unveils New In-Flight Wireless: Boasts 3X Improvement In Bandwidth

by Dan Morgridge (RSS feed) on Nov 13th 2012 at 7:00AM Gogo’s jet-propelled test lab took flight yesterday with several reporters and one very important fin added to the underbelly of the plane. On the quick flight across western Illinois, CTO Anand Chari showed off the significant speed increases and signal stability of their new ATG-4 (Air To […]

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