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Low-cost airline flydubai introduced Windows 8 tablets with integrated passport scanners and printers for its check-in staff, and has so far reduced check-in times to just two minutes per passenger.
The Federal Aviation Authority has officially approved the usage of Microsoft's Surface 2 and Surface 2 Pro tablets on the flight decks of commercial aircraft as as an Electronic Flight Bag.
As tablets take to the skies to make things easier for in-flight crew members, Emirates Airline announces plans to deploy a thousand Windows 8 tablets to its flight attendants by the end of next year.
United Airlines is planning to trial 500 Zune HD devices for in-flight entertainment on International flights. The trial will take place on long haul international flights from the United States. Microsoft has worked hard to customize...
A new ruling by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) will open the door for carriers and airlines to introduce in-flight data usage on Australian domestic flights. This will effectively allow passengers to communicate...
Scandinavian Airlines on Wednesday said it will offer high-speed Internet access aboard some long-haul flights, letting passengers surf the Internet or send e-mail. As signed a contract with Boeing Co. to install its wireless broadband...
EBay launched a new promotion this week that lets consumers use airline miles and hotel loyalty points as credit toward items purchased on the online auction service. Through the eBay Anything Points...
Japanese electronics maker Mitsubishi Electric Corp. will manufacture antennas for an in-flight service from Boeing Co. that will give passengers access to the Internet. Boeing senior vice president Scott Carson refused to...