FAA committee takeaways will shape cockpit comms going forward

Cobham, whose satcom hardware successfully transmitted prioritized voice and ACARS/Future Air Navigation Systems data over Inmarsat’s ... Continue Reading

After Sully Effect, birdstrikes decrease as reporting increases

Birdstrikes are never far from the forefront of aviation news, whether it’s the “Sully Effect” of awareness thanks to the frequent (and frequently valuable) con... Continue Reading

Cabin designers lavish praise on new airframer-branded cabins

Airspace. Armonia. Atmosphere. Sky Interior. Airframers are increasingly branding their updated cabins, particularly as they develop package... Continue Reading

Finnair starts digital transformation with IBM/Apple maintenance apps

In any airline, the opportunities for business improvement using new digital tools are numerous — larger, indeed, than the development pipel... Continue Reading

Zodiac talks next-gen Cirrus with ergonomic and storage updates

In a quality-focussed yet increasingly segmented business class market where some airlines are looking to create a more premium feel to thei... Continue Reading

Flying with kids: The Camaraderie of Coach

Anyone who tells you that flying with kids in coach is easy is either fibbing or has never done it. Because no matter how much you prepare o... Continue Reading

More than just a retrojet: TAP goes all out with jet age service

Everyone loves a retrojet. That includes passengers — witness the flurry of smartphones glued to an airport window whenever one rolls past —... Continue Reading

#PaxEx TV: Cutting-edge cabin concepts and white-hat hacks in the air

This month on #PaxEx TV, RGN contributing editor John Walton provides an insightful report on how Auckland Airport is building toward a bright and busy future; ... Continue Reading