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Lufthansa Technik brings more connectivity to the 737MAX

The 737 MAX will soon fly with another inflight connectivity option. Lufthansa Technik¬†announced today a deal to fit "several Boeing 737 MAX aircraft of an undisclosed airline customer" at its MRO facility in Budapest beginning…

Thales, HNA Group deal, but will it really…

A couple dozen more Chinese wide-body aircraft are set to receive the Thales AVANT IFE system and high-speed inflight internet systems. HNA Group and Thales recently announced that a mix of 42 A330s and 17…

GOL, Gogo add live TV service

Inflight connectivity provider Gogo now has a launch customer for its Gogo TV inflight live television service. Brazilian carrier GOL, already flying with the 2Ku connectivity solution, will be the launch customer for the service.…

LATAM Brazil picks Gogo 2Ku for connectivity

Brazil is quickly becoming a hot market for inflight connectivity. LATAM is the latest to make a move, announcing today that it will fit 100 of its Brazil-based A320 aircraft with Gogo's 2Ku solution. Installations…

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XTS is dead. Long live XTS. Panasonic sees…

Panasonic Avionics spends a lot of money on satellite capacity. With approximately 1,750 aircraft flying today and a commitment of ~4,000 the company faces a continuous need to grow. Historically that meant commissioning satellites and…

Global Eagle’s Ka connectivity takes flight

Got Ka? That's the question Global Eagle was asking during the recent APEX EXPO show while demonstrating the latest high-speed inflight connectivity solution it has on offer. The long-rumored system takes advantage of Hughes' Jupiter…