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Boeing, Airbus Show the Whip to Laggardly Seatmaker Zodiac

    Boeing, Airbus Show the Whip to Laggardly Seatmaker Zodiac

MIAMI — When aircraft are delayed going into service because seats aren’t ready in time, airframers and their airline customers start pointing fingers at the manufacturers responsible. This time it’s Zodiac,

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Two-Person Flight Deck Action Following Germanwings Crash…The Right Action?

    Two-Person Flight Deck Action Following Germanwings Crash…The Right Action?

MIAMI — Following the crash of Germanwings flight 9525, international aviation regulators and airlines are moving swiftly to implement two-person flight deck rules. If one of an aircraft’s two pilots

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Wireless Entertainment Continues to Grow

    Wireless Entertainment Continues to Grow

MIAMI — A bit of distraction helps to pass the time in flight but traditional on-board entertainment systems are expensive, heavy and challenging to keep updated. Take away the in-seat

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How China’s 50+ Country, 12-City Visa Free Transit Works

    How China’s 50+ Country, 12-City Visa Free Transit Works

MIAMI — A recent $500 fare from the US to Beijing is setting online travel communities ablaze, and American Airlines’ nonstop Dallas-Beijing flight is due to begin on May 7.

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Wireless Streaming Entertainment Comes of Age at APEX And On Your Flight

    Wireless Streaming Entertainment Comes of Age at APEX And On Your Flight

MIAMI — Wireless streaming has been billed as the Next Big Thing in inflight entertainment for years. But last week at

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