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A message for Virgin America

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Alas Virgin America is soon to vanish, becoming part of Alaska Airlines. Here's Virgin Atlantic's fond farewell from across The Pond

28 March 2017

Low-cost airlines – Doris Day style!

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This classic episode of the Doris Day Show sees Doris brave the low-cost airline experience. She can't complain about her seat allocation though: just look at that legroom!

20 March 2017


Acumen on the BBC

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Ian Dryburgh, founder of Acumen Design Associates, appeared on the BBC's Inside Track news program to discuss aircraft seating innovation. This was a great chance to introduce a wider audience to the industrial design involved in aircraft cabins, and to offer a little insight into how they work.

14 March 2017


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IFE & Connectivity

The digital content ecosystem

APEX is embracing the digital content ecosystem as it adopts DECE’s Common Format as ‘the single deliverable format for all IFEC uses’

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Michael Childers


High flying wi-fi

A single inflight wi-fi access point might need to connect to more than 100 client devices, ranging from first-generation smart phones to the latest two stream 802.11ac laptops and tablets. Let's consider the importance of successful and reliable connections, and network security

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A tale of being launch customer for an IFE system

Commencing operations is a huge task for an airline, but that didn't deter start-up Indian carrier Vistara from also taking the bold step of becoming the launch customer for an IFE system

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Maryann Simson


Can advertising be entertaining?

With the right partnerships,creative thinking and a bit of old-fashioned bartering, advertising can double as engaging IFE content – a win for airline number-crunchers, product brands and even passengers

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Maryann Simson


IFE for the impaired: Part one

In the first of a two-part series, Michael Childers considers how passengers with impaired sight or hearing will be able to enjoy more IFE options in the future

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IFE for the impaired: Part two

As closed captioning in IFE for the deaf and hard of hearing progresses, audio descriptions and tactile interfaces for the blind take the stage, and airlines deal with service animals in the cabin, accessibility of websites, and kiosk accessibility in the airport

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IFEC news from AIX 2015

With the IFE Zone of Aircraft Interiors Expo being 25% larger than the already large 2014 event, there was no shortage of entertainment and connectivity news

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The inside track on United's wi-fi installations

United explains the intense nine-day process involved in installing wi-fi systems on its fleet as the airline moves from blueprint to outfitted aircraft

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United's Hub team


IFE display technology

Advances in touchscreen, 3D, OLED, HD, LCD and other consumer technologies are pushing the development of ever thinner, lighter, brighter, more functional IFE solutions in the business jet sector

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Ben Frain


Is wearable computing the next big thing in air travel?

Step aside smartphones, wearable computing such as Google Glass and the Apple Watch could be the next big thing to impact the travel experience

 

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Panasonic's meaning of IFE

Catch up on IFE giant Panasonic Avionics' latest IFE developments with Neil James, executive director of corporate sales and product management

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The market outlook for IFE technology

Consulting firm IMDC shares its forecast expenditure for IFE hardware and passenger connectivity installations

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Robert Smith, IMDC


The bright future of IFE

Thales expects the IFE market to soar to over US$7 billion over the next decade. We examine the factors driving the growth and what passengers will enjoy onboard in the future

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Shake and break

What manufacturers are doing to improve the reliability of IFE

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Human-machine interface technology is advancing to be more intuitive and to integrate seamlessly into overall cabin concepts in order to to meet the changing demands of aircraft interior design  
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APEX is embracing the digital content ecosystem as it adopts DECE’s Common Format as ‘the single deliverable format for all IFEC uses’
Click here to read more

United Airlines wanted the seemingly impossible for its new business class: greater sleep comfort and direct aisle access without losing seat density. Aircraft Interiors International attended the preview event of Polaris, one of the biggest business class seating projects ever, to get the full story
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A single inflight wi-fi access point might need to connect to more than 100 client devices, ranging from first-generation smart phones to the latest two stream 802.11ac laptops and tablets. Let's consider the importance of successful and reliable connections, and network security
Click here to read more

Commencing operations is a huge task for an airline, but that didn't deter start-up Indian carrier Vistara from also taking the bold step of becoming the launch customer for an IFE system
Click here to read more


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