Chelsea Barone

PODCAST: Why Cabin Connectivity is a Key Part of Aviation’s Recovery

With its ability to enable a more contactless passenger journey, cabin connectivity is playing an increasingly larger role in the aviation industry’s recovery from the global pandemic. The power of in-flight cabin connectivity is something that Connected Aviation Today...

The Role of In-Flight Connectivity in the Long-Term Aviation Recovery Process

The financial impact of COVID on the aviation industry has made doing more with less non-negotiable for now. So, what does this mean for other seemingly non-health-related technology initiatives that have been in play for a while across the...

OBAP Board Member Tennesse Garvey Speaks to Elevating Experiences for Black Aerospace Professionals

In celebration of Black History Month, Connected Aviation Today is highlighting Black voices in the aviation community that are focused on creating a more diverse and inclusive aviation workforce. As a result, we had the pleasure of speaking with Tennesse Garvey,...

Moving Into 2021: Aviation Industry Experts’ Insights During a Global Pandemic

Last year brought forth many lessons learned and even the most seasoned experts were challenged to innovate and navigate one of the most tumultuous years in recent history, especially across the aviation industry. In a year when there was...

Executive Spotlight: Rick Belliotti Highlights Importance of Teamwork in Aviation’s Recovery

To stay abreast with the latest trends across the aviation ecosystem, Connected Aviation Today regularly connects with various experts in the industry to share their stories, experience, and insights with our readers. As part of our Executive Spotlight series,...

Flight Planning Dos and Don’ts from Aviation Experts

As the National Airspace System (NAS) becomes more congested and complex, it makes sense that directing flight traffic follows suit, with pilots often facing last-minute route changes for myriad reasons. To address these frustrations that flight crews face in...

KaiserAir Delivering Faster Connectivity to Business Travelers

As connectivity demands continue to increase for today’s business aviation passengers, more and more operators are adopting cutting-edge satellite technologies on their business aircraft to meet those expectations. And with some passengers opting to use business aircraft due to...

Improving Airport Passenger Processing in a Post-COVID Market

COVID-19 has prompted passengers and aviation decision makers alike to reassess the travel process and the safety procedures that come with it. Sanitization and social distancing efforts now top priority lists for airport administrators and it is triggering new...

CJI Global 2020: The Changing Technology Expectations for Business Aviation

While commercial airlines adapt to changing passenger expectations as a result of COVID-19, business aircraft operators haven’t experienced the same challenges. During the recent virtual Corporate Jet Investor (CJI) Global conference, industry leaders came together to discuss how the...

Three Factors Driving Data Innovation in the Connected Aviation Ecosystem

The power of data in the connected aviation ecosystem is something we have covered at length on Connected Aviation Today. From enabling efficiencies across the airport to improving air traffic control, to enabling a streamlined passenger experience, and so...

About Me

Chelsea is an editor for Connected Aviation Today, managing the day-to-day editorial activities. Chelsea writes for other federal government and technology industry publications. Her background lies in B2B and enterprise technology, specifically cloud computing, SaaS, travel IT, and mobile devices.
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