Poll: If WiFi is available when traveling as a passenger, how often do you use it?
New technologies and continuing progress in system engineering are improving the passenger’s experience in a business aircraft cabin.
“Customer expectation trends in the cabin are a reflection of many larger trends happening on the ground: a focus on personal wellness, a welcoming feeling to the entire cabin, including crew areas like the galley, and a flexibility to adapt spaces to casual socialization or to privacy as the need arises,” says Nathan Kwok, Safran Cabin’s vice president, marketing.
With Cirrus Aircraft unveiling the latest rendition of its SF 50 personal jet, the G2+ Vision Jet, an updated version of its G2 jet, with added features, such as inflight WiFi, improved takeoff performance and new exterior color options, we wanted to find out your views on inflight WiFi.
Share your views in the poll below. (This is an interactive piece so please give it a few moments to fully load.)