In-Flight Connectivity

ACARS Over IP and its Impact on Airline Operations

As a new generation of smart aircraft emerges, airlines are embracing digitalization and connected cockpit applications to optimize fuel usage and operational performance. While this can provide significant benefits to an airline, the need to transmit the additional sensor,...

Valour Consultancy Predicts Aviation Digitization Will Bring 2022 Growth Opportunities

It’s been another unpredictable year for the aviation industry. COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on global travel with both government and governing bodies making decisions that continue to impact a return to normal. With the pandemic creating a permanent...

Executive Spotlight: Fabián Ramos Acosta, Viva Air CIO, Explains How a Digital Experience Will Help Passengers Fly More

Fabián Ramos Acosta, the chief information officer at Viva Air, is no stranger to the dynamic nature of the aviation industry. As a low-cost carrier, Viva Air seeks to deliver accessible service to passengers, while implementing a sustainable and...

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...

The Evolution of Millennial Travel and the Rise of the GenAlpha Passenger Experience

As with any industry, advances are often driven by consumer behavior. As the aviation industry seeks to chart a path forward, looking at the travel needs and passenger experience expectations of Millennial parents and their GenAlpha children will be...

In-Flight Connectivity Survey: Three Perceptions into the Connected Aircraft

When we think about in-flight connectivity (IFC), most people’s minds go directly to cabin Wi-Fi and in-flight entertainment, both important factors in the passenger journey. But as the aviation industry has become more data-driven and connected, there has been...

The Rise of the African Connected Aviation Market

Air travel in Africa is on the rise. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), it is predicted that by 2035, there will be a dramatic rise in the number of travelers from the current estimate of 77...

NBAA 2018: A Glimpse into Progress in Business Aviation

Last month, aviation leaders gathered at National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) to discuss the latest trends and innovations in business aviation. Connected Aviation Today captured some of the top takeaways from the show as...

Five Trends to Consider When Predicting the Future of IFC

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on RunwayGirl Network on September 6, 2018. We are republishing this content with the permission of RunwayGirl Network. Over the next five years, we can be certain much will change in the aviation...
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Where Should Airport Apps Reside: in the Cloud, on the Ground, or Both?

For anyone who travels by air with any frequency, the process of navigating an airport is routine and relatively...
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