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Decal indicating a wifi-enabled Delta aircraft. (Photo by Delta Air Lines)
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What Amenities Would You Trade For In-Flight Wi-Fi?

Posted September 4, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

Have you taken a flight recently, and thought to yourself “I would give anything for Wi-Fi right now!” According to a survey conducted by Honeywell Aerospace, many of you have. While in-flight Wi-Fi is still a very new technology which has only made its way into reality in the last few years, the study reveals […]

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A320 Finally Certified For LiveTV’s Wi-Fi, Coming Soon To JetBlue

Posted September 3, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

After a quite long testing period, which wasn’t helped by the federal government sequestration slowdown, JetBlue subsidiary LiveTV LLC has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the Airbus 320 from the Federal Aviation Administration for the brand new Ka-band internet system. Why is this important? Well, it is the last major hurdle stopping JetBlue […]

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United Airlines Boeing 747-400. (Photo by United)
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United’s High-Speed Satellite WiFi Will Let Customers Choose Price Based On Speed

Posted January 15, 2013 by NYCA Admin

With new tech and a unique pricing scheme, UA just might alleviate two of the most common complaints about in-flight WiFi: price and speed.

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Delta's new iPad-specific app. (Photo by Delta)
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Delta’s New iPad App Shows Off The World Below Your Plane

Posted January 14, 2013 by NYCA Admin

Glass Bottom Jet allows users aboard Delta’s wifi equipped planes to watch the ground pass below as they speed through the sky.

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The LiveTV display included a "Back to the Future" DeLorean. (Photo by Jason Rabinowitz)
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The Future of In-Flight Amenities On Display at APEX Expo 2012

Posted October 1, 2012 by Jason Rabinowitz

The Airline Passenger Experience Expo featured everything an airline might need in their aircraft, from LED lighting to satellite internet.

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Business class seats on transcon-configured American Airlines Airbus A321. (Image by American Airlines)
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American Airlines Plans High Tech Interiors for New Planes

Posted July 23, 2012 by Jason Rabinowitz

WiFi, personal TVs, lie-flat seats and other neat features are coming to American’s new Boeing and Airbus aircraft starting in 2013.

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Decal indicating a wifi-enabled Delta aircraft. (Photo by Delta Air Lines)
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Delta and Gogo to Offer WiFi On International Flights

Posted June 28, 2012 by NYCA Admin

The blossoming market for transoceanic wifi gained a huge entrant as Delta announced it would offer service on its longhaul jets in 2013.

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Icelanair's lone Boeing 757-300 (TF-FIX) arrives at London Heathrow. (Photo by Gordon Gebert)
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Icelandair to Install WiFi On Entire Fleet

Posted June 1, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Icelandair passengers will get to surf the web by the end of this year.

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A Transaero Boeing 737-400 (EI-CXK) lands at Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
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Transaero to Wire Planes With Row 44 WiFi System

Posted May 8, 2012 by NYCA Admin

In-flight broadband provider Row 44 will soon wire Transaero’s narrowbody and Boeing 767 fleets, allowing passengers to pass time online while traveling within Russia and abroad. The Moscow-based carrier currently operates about 34 narrowbodies (31 Boeing 737s and 3 Tupolev Tu-214s) and 14 Boeing 767s (11 -300ERs and 3 -200ERs), according to Planespotters.net data. It […]

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Virgin America Main Cabin Select Reviewed: The Premium Economy Challenge, Round 1

Posted March 14, 2012 by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

In the first round of an NYCAviation series comparing domestic premium economy cabins, does Virgin America live up to their own mantra: A breath of fresh airline?

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