Aegean’s EAN in-flight WiFi officially goes live
Aegean's in-flight wifi offering officially entered service. The system, powered by Inmarsat's European Aviation Network (EAN), is live on seven aircraft and will be active across the full A320 and A321 fleet by the end of 2025.
Virgin Atlantic selects Viasat for in-flight wifi
Virgin Atlantic will soon sport Viasat's in-flight wifi solution on board at least part of its fleet
Intelsat boosts 2Ku coverage with JSAT deal
Intelsat's in-flight connectivity solution can offer more and faster coverage across Asia, thanks to a new partnership with Japanese satellite operator JSAT. Intelsat will use Ku-band capacity on the new JSAT-1C high throughput satellite to boost performance on board.
SmartSky adds Global Aviation Technologies for sales, installation
The SmartSky air-to-ground in-flight connectivity solution is now available from Global Aviation Technologies. The Wichita, Kansas location offers installation of the in-stock hardware on aircraft covered by existing certifications.
Streaming IFE, softer seats feature on Northern Pacific’s new interiors
With Northern Pacific aiming to launch trans-pacific flights via Anchorage later this year, what should passengers expect on board? Interiors work on the first aircraft is not yet complete, but the company shared some details on seating, entertainment, and dining options travelers can expect to see in service.
Unum Aircraft Seating launches with new flat bed offerings
For nearly two decades Chris Brady led Acro Seating. As a co-founder and former CEO, Brady navigated the many challenges of bringing new seating projects to life. Now he aims to do so again with the launch of Unum Aircraft Seating and a pair of lie-flat bed options for the business class cabin.
Delta disses discount airlines, pursues premium passengers
Can Delta Air Lines continue to deliver outsized revenue gains in its premium cabins? The carrier appears focused on that segment, especially in the long-haul markets, even as domestic LCC competition heats up.
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Toulouse Declaration reaffirms Europe's net-zero commitments » AirInsight
Europe has reaffirmed its commitment to get the aviation industry to net-zero emissions in 2050 by signing the Toulouse Declaration on February 4.
Boom building at Greensboro, new environmental concerns revealed
Boom Supersonic announced plans for a "Superfactory in North Carolina to build its flagship Overture aircraft. Against the backdrop of this progress, however, come new challenges for the company.
Pampered Premium Passengers: British Airways, American Airlines plan lounge upgrades with combined JFK T8 operations
The battle to win over more premium passengers on the world's highest revenue route* will take a major turn later this year. American Airlines and British Airways will formally consolidate operations at JFK Terminal 8, with a new suite of lounges and premium check-in area, among other changes.