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Airborne Wireless Network readies to take laser test to the sky

Airborne Wireless Network, the company that wants to create a high-speed airborne mesh network for use by telco customers, is gearing up for... Continue Reading

People don’t want to pay for comfort on board: IATA chief

Passengers are getting taller and broader. Certain aircraft seating configurations are being likened in news stories to flying prisons. Consumer advocacy groups... Continue Reading

TAP Portugal gives high-altitude taster of what to expect when you lan...

After serving up over 1.2 million bottles of wine to passengers last year, TAP Air Portugal already claims to be the biggest shop window for... Continue Reading

Op-Ed: Paying passengers will rejoice at Air Canada Signature Suite

Passengers who have redeemed points to fly international business class on Air Canada may be disappointed to learn they are not presently we... Continue Reading

Flight attendants need to feel empowered to fight harassment

When she was in her late 20s, flight attendant Sandra Davis went back onto the empty aircraft on which she’d just flown to retrieve a sweate... Continue Reading

#PaxEx Podcast: Bending Bluetooth to become an onboard network

Welcome to Episode 52 of the #PaxEx Podcast. Our guest for this episode is Ron Chapman, who serves as president of ASI Group, which provides... Continue Reading

#PaxEx Podcast: Bending Bluetooth to become an onboard network

Welcome to Episode 52 of the #PaxEx Podcast. Our guest for this episode is Ron Chapman, who serves as president of ASI Group, which provides... Continue Reading