The newest jets generate orders of magnitude more operational and maintenance data than even their recent predecessors. They not only collect more aircraft-related data for download but can exploit more uploaded data for weather, software upgrades, critical operational advice and many passenger amenities. These new aircraft increasingly will be connected to the ground by broadband links that can move data up and down much more economically than the old radio-based systems. But airlines ...

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