Hawaiian Airlines Testing IP-based Cockpit Services Link

Credit: Hawaiian Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines, by year-end, will have nine Boeing 767s equipped to use Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband satellite-based communications service, to test the viability of an Internet Protocol (IP)-based broadband data system exclusively for use in transmitting operational and safety data to and from the...

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