July 29, 2014

China Airlines, UTC Sign Parts Agreement

[Avionics Today July 29, 2014] UTC Aerospace Systems has a new agreement to provide air management, electric and engineering systems for...

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  • Panasonic Brings In-flight Wi-Fi to China

    July 28, 2014 | [Avionics Today July 28, 2014] China Eastern Airlines (CEA) has begun flying its first connected aircraft flights over China, using Panasonic Avionics' eXconnect and China Telecom aeronautical service. According to Panasonic, the airline has...

  • Exelis Deicing Software Implemented at PHL

    July 25, 2014 | [Avionics Today July 25, 2014] Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has introduced a new deicing software management solution from Exelis that automates the manual deicing process for the airport, airlines and deicing provider.    The software...

  • Japan Airlines Launches First Gogo Flights

    July 23, 2014 | [Avionics Today July 23, 2014] Japan Airlines (JAL) completed its first commercial flight featuring Gogo's in-flight connectivity service. The Japanese carrier currently features Gogo's Wi-Fi service on three of its Boeing 777-200 aircraft.    The...

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  • Skymark to Offer Free In-Flight Wi-Fi

    July 23, 2014 |  [Avionics Today July 23, 2014] Japan's third largest carrier, Skymark Airlines, will begin offering in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity to its passengers free of charge. Panasonic announced an agreement with Skymark to install its exConnect global connectivity...

  • New Survey Shows Passenger Preferences for Wi-Fi

    July 23, 2014 | [Avionics Today July 23, 2014] According to a new survey from Honeywell Aerospace, 66 percent of airline passengers' flight selections are influenced by in-flight Wi-Fi availability.    The survey is Honeywell's second annual look at passenger's...

  • NASA Submits TSS to FAA

    July 22, 2014 | [Avionics Today July 22, 2014] NASA has submitted an in-house developed computer software tool to the FAA designed to help Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) to better manage the spacing between aircraft flying throughout the National Airspace System (NAS)...

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