New rules for connectivity and a refreshingly new take on in-flight retail are among the top stories this week
Big steps architecture shifts or tiny satellites? Both are in play as IFC vendors look to the next generation. Plus streaming IFE moves and more.
Airlines still insisting that passengers want to choose between connectivity and entertainment is baffling, but also airlines...
New satellite, new name, new shopping, and new planes. This week's newsletter has everything a PaxEx fan could want.
Pre-ordering snacks could be fun, and MRJ may have a new plan for aircraft orders. But the biggest excitement of the week didn't lead to order options
United Airlines is planning to add tens of thousands of IFE screens to the skies, while OneWeb, Inmarsat and NXTCOMM are making connectivity moves
Another airline joins the IFC world while the BizAv market heats up. Plus a pair of new cabin designs and the 777X hits a(nother) major hurdle.
More fees are coming on board, from nose to tail. Plus more IFE and IFC options taking shape.
New satellite and ATG systems getting ready to fly is good news for the in-flight connectivity market.
Is it simply a matter of putting things back the way they were, or is now the time to truly rebuild with a new plan?