European airlines are fighting for profitability in a crowded and competitive market, and low-cost, long-haul—a business model that brings with it questions about how inflight connectivity can both appeal to passengers and drive ancillary revenue—is emerging as one way forward. Although low-cost, long-haul operators—and their inflight entertainment (IFE) options—are more established elsewhere in the world, Europe has lagged a bit. But with Norwegian Air shaking up ...


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