Air France will add ten more A350-900 aircraft to its fleet in the coming years, supporting the retirement of its A380s and A340s. The deal will help the carrier to simplify its operations and deliver a more consistent passenger experience across its long-haul operations.
Chalk up a big win for Gogo as it adds Qatar Airways to its roster of connected airlines.
DUBAI – November 15, 2017 – Dubai Air Show – Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) and Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic), a world leader in inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC), have announced a new 35-aircraft commitment for inflight entertainment across the carrier’s short haul fleet. The carrier has selected Panasonic’s X Series entertainment solutions, specifically, the company’s eXO […]
Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband-Safety product is now flying on United Airlines with the first of four aircraft entering service this week.