The Seamless Air Alliance hopes to standardize inflight connectivity equipment, which would have many benefits—including easier retrofits.
The avionics and aircraft engineering specialist is looking to add another facility to aid capacity growth in the U.S. and is nearing new STCs for two widebodies.
Narrowbodies have more work to do in regions with later deadlines.
GE's Connected FMS will begin testing on a Miami Air International Boeing 737-800 in the coming weeks.
Avionics suppliers are ready, but will operators flying in U.S. or European airspace meet the regulatory deadlines for ADS-B Out?
Long-distance low cost carrier moves to put electronic tech logs on EFBs.
Partnership will look to develop cockpit voice and flight-data recorders that comply with an upcoming 25-hour CVR mandate and...
Cheaper bandwidth and faster Wi-Fi should improve inflight connectivity for passengers, crew and MROs collecting aircraft systems data.
Avionics suppliers are ready, but will operators flying in U.S. or European airspace be able to meet the regulatory deadlines for ADS-B Out?
Large scale changes anticipated as UTC closed on its $30 billion acquisition of the avionics giant this week.