Delta begins tests of 2Ku wi-fi on domestic fleet

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Delta begins tests of 2Ku wi-fi on domestic fleet
Beginning May 13, customers on around 55 of Delta’s domestic flight segments on select short-, medium- and long-haul routes will be able to surf the internet free of charge during a two-week trial of the 2Ku connectivity system more…

Video: British Airways and the Royal Family both welcome a new arrival British Airways is an expert in domestic arrivals, so it is leading the celebrations to mark the happy news that HRH Duke and Duchess of Sussex are welcoming their first-born child. While Harry and Meghan welcome Archie into the world, the airline is celebrating a delivery of its own – a brand-new Airbus A321neo more…
Blog: Unlocking the huge opportunities of digital twins in MRO With interest in digital twin technology at an all-time high, there are potential benefits for independent aerospace MROs, which can leverage the technology to better serve customers, differentiate their service offerings and increase understanding of the specialist assets they work with more…
Gallery: HNA’s Dream Feather cabin concept HNA and PriestmanGoode have been collaborating for two years to bring to life an enhanced passenger experience and holistic brand vision. The Dream Feather concept is inspired by Chinese culture and HNA’s distinct brand elements more…
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<< BOEING 777X 

Aircraft Interiors International has accessed initial, exclusive details on the cabin design for the Boeing 777X. From a widened cabin to an exciting new interior linings program and an unprecedented level of customization offers, there’s a lot to look forward to.


What changes could we see in the next generation of galleys? From space efficiency to automation, there are amazing benefits to be had with the right design and technology – for airlines, crew and passengers.


Melanie Berry, director of inflight customer experience at Iberia, shares how the airline maintains its unique brand DNA, while aligning with the values and objectives of the
IAG group.


2019 looks to be the year Ka-band really comes into its own. There is massive expansion due in Ka-band connectivity over the coming year, with additional satellite capacity, ancillary revenue opportunities and an enhanced passenger experience on the horizon.


Thousands of people with hidden conditions such as mental health issues, dementia and autism take to the skies every day. Does airline design go far enough to help these customers, and how can it improve?

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