Etihad Airways unveiled the latest iteration of its Business Class product today, presenting the new suites that will go on newly built Boeing 787s later this year first and become available as a retrofit later. The airline also showed a new Economy Class seat for the...
In last week’s earnings call Gogo indicated that expected service revenue for its North America Commercial Aviation segment would be flat YoY in 2018. Considering the impending loss of some 400 American Airlines aircraft from its service fleet (~15%)...
We had a brief conversation with Don Buchman, ViaSat’s VP Commercial Mobility. What is the state of the US airline industry connectivity? The industry is almost fully outfitted. This makes it the highest concentration worldwide. But we are moving to...
We have been tracking demand for aircraft connectivity for some time. There are several news stories that further underscore the point that demand for connectivity seems to have no upper limit. Icelandair will equip its 737 MAX fleet with ViaSat connectivity. The...
[Update: Each MAX seat will have both AC power (with an international outlet) as well as USB. No news on neo fleet yet] American Airlines will not install seat-back IFE screens on its 737 MAX fleet. The first four MAXs are due later in 2017. The airline plans to...
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