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Iberia’s first A350 sports a new radome

This week's edition of "What's under that radome?" comes to us from Toulouse, where Iberia's first A350-900 broke cover. The carrier shared a few photos on Twitter and the aircraft is sporting a line-fit radome…

Can Norwegian conquer London’s business travel market?

Norwegian's 2017 financial results were not good. There is simply no disputing that fact. The company lost nearly $40 million, citing significant costs related to increased fuel prices, wet lease and passenger care as contributing…

EAN Set to Fly in Europe

The European Aviation Network is complete and ready to fly. Partners Inmarsat, Deutsche Telekom and Nokia announced this week that the 300+ tower ground component is fully deployed and the integration testing is complete. The…

More, better and cheaper wifi in the sky!

Got Wifi? For more airline passengers than ever around the world the answer is yes. Some 82 airlines offer inflight connectivity. Even more significant, however, is that the quality of the service available in flight…

Inmarsat, Philippine Airlines hit line-fit milestone

The deal struck between Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Inmarsat to upgrade the carrier's inflight wifi connectivity to the Global Xpress (GX) solution included a significant milestone: Line-fit installation from Airbus on new deliveries. Specifically, the…

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Aeromexico brings diversity to 737 connectivity

The rumors appear to be true. A look at the first Aeromexico 737 MAX rolling off the line in Renton suggests that the carrier is choosing to diversify its inflight connectivity play. The new frame…

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…