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US-bound passengers will be required to prove that their mobile devices turn on, as the TSA increases airport security to deal with the 'credible threat' of a bomb disguised as a phone or tablet.
Gogo, a major provider for internet on aircraft, has been granted the right to provide airborne internet in Canada as well as the USA, with the intention of having the network ready for late 2013.
Tired of having to put away your electronic devices during takeoff? Eventually you might not have to, as the FAA is studying the safety of allowing passengers to use their devices mid-flight.
This afternoon at CntrStg Shane and I got an inside peek American Airlines and how they are using technology to move forward in their highly competitive business. We talked about a number of different...
American Airlines, the world's largest airline, has sued Google Incorporated for selling search words involving its name. The claim is the latest in a string of cases filed worldwide by businesses that argue the search...
Apple is working with Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM and United to deliver the first seamless integration between iPod and in-flight entertainment systems. The company announced its move today, adding that the six...
"No mobile" signs are to replace the outdated "no smoking" signs above airline seats with the introduction of in-flight mobile phone services in Europe next year. The technology, developed by Airbus and Sita joint venture...
After a year-long trial of one-way SMS onboard Singapore Airlines flights, airline technology provider SITA is to launch a commercial two-way service. The company is working with several airlines to introduce two-way SMS...
Self-service is in at airport check-in. To shorten lines at airline check-in counters, major U.S. carriers are rolling out hundreds of do-it-yourself check-in machines in preparation for summer travel. The stand-alone...