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Urinals To Wine Coolers - Innovations In Cabin Improvements
Shorter lavatory wait times, more convenient travel with infants and a new wine service are among the manufacturers’ aims.
Boeing's Inflight Prayer Space Concept Catering To Religious Needs 21
Boeing has designed a prayer space concept that provides a private zone for religious passengers to practice their beliefs without the need to remove rows of seats.
Global Eagle Bets On Rebound After Leadership Change 1
Global Eagle aims to launch a Ka-band satellite-based inflight connectivity service to complement its Airconnect Ku service, regrouping after recent travails.
Competition Ramping Up For Airline Satellite Connectivity
Satellite providers are hosting new satellites and adding high-throughput capacity to existing networks to better position themselves for airlines’ inflight-connectivity needs.
Business Class Seats A Weighty Issue On Ultra Long Range Flights 31
Some airlines are discovering that premium seats are heavier than expected and threaten the economics of flying extreme ranges.
Inflight Interactive Options Increase 5
Interactive options take another step on the ever evolving road to keeping airline passengers entertained during flights.
Different Philosophies Drive JetBlue, American IFE Approaches 4
As airlines increasingly cut back on inflight entertainment options—noting that most passengers bring their own devices—JetBlue remains committed to IFE seatback offerings.
Inflight IFE spreads across Europe’s LCC market
For now passengers on short- and medium-haul flights in Europe largely have to make their own in-flight entertainment when they travel. But this is starting to change as a growing number of airlines make investments in IFE and connectivity solutions for their narrowbody fleets.
Glacial Pace Of Advancements In Biofuel Threatens Emissions Targets  24
Concerns over the speed at which sustainable aviation fuels can be certified and supplies sufficiently produced leave question marks.
Sustainable Aviation Fuel Industry Sees Signs Of Recovery 
The fledgling sustainable aviation fuel industry is starting to look more promising, as more airlines sign offtake agreements and a small but growing number of airports begin to supply biofuels.
Inflight Entertainment Providers Face Cybersecurity Threat  6
As airliner connectivity broadens to benefit passengers, a cybersecurity threat may be opening to more crucial aircraft systems.
Inmarsat Poised To Launch First Hybrid Inflight Wi-Fi Service 
European Aviation Network to begin commercial service on a British Airways Airbus A321 later this year with service that uses ground and space-based assets.
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