Gogo evades 5G injunction in SmartSky suit
Gogo scored an early victory in the proceedings of the patent infringement lawsuit brought by SmartSky. The District Court in Delaware declined SmartSky's request for a preliminary injunction, allowing Gogo to continue developing, installing, and marketing the Gogo 5G solution.
But it is far from the resounding rebuke of SmartSky Gogo CEO Oakleigh Thorne claims.
Defense Contractor L3Harris Near Deal to Buy Part of Viasat's Government-Systems Unit, Sources Say
The Link16 program has been a cash cow for Viasat in recent years, and the future contract value is significant. But sealing a large cash transaction today could make financing the Inmarsat buyout a lot easier.
Stelia Rendez-Vous brings new flat-bed option to business class
Airlines have another flat-bed option to choose from, as Stelia Aerospace launches the RENDEZ-VOUS® business class seat to the market. The company calls it one of the widest beds on offer, and it includes an option for the center pair of seats to function as a double bed on board.
Virgin Atlantic to join SkyTeam
Virgin Atlantic will join the SKyTeam alliance in early 2023, boosting the group's presence in the UK. Virgin Atlantic will become SkyTeam’s first and only UK member airline, offering long-haul flights from Heathrow, Manchester and Edinburgh.
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With 2 MAX models at risk, Congress moves to give Boeing a break | The Seattle Times
The FAA believes neither the MAX 7 nor the MAX 10 are likely to be certified by a December deadline. But Congress is now moving to grant Boeing an extension.
WestJet adds MAX 10 to fleet plan
Westjet plans to add 42 737 MAX 10 aircraft to its fleet, continuing its growth plans. The order also comes with 22 options.
While You’re in the Air, Pilots’ Key Partners May Be Working From Home
Two airlines allow dispatchers, who share operational authority over flights, to do their jobs remotely. Some in the industry take issue with that.