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Singapore Airlines ups the ante with next-gen in-flight entertainment
Singapore Airlines ups the ante with next-gen in-flight entertainment
By Karthick Prabu | July 9, 2013
Singapore Airlines has launched an all new cabin facility, that includes an upgraded in-flight entertainment (IFE) system. Read More
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Why fly without wifi?
Why fly without wifi?
By Viewpoints | July 5, 2013
For years, air travellers were happy to turn off phones and other devices, tuck into their peanuts, flick through the inflight magazine and watch a film. Read More
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In-flight retailing – then, now and beyond
In-flight retailing – then, now and beyond
By Viewpoints | April 29, 2013
As I took a domestic India flight over a lazy afternoon last Sunday, I was pleasantly surprised to see them make some sterling efforts on the retailing front on-board. Read More
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Social media is dead - airline marketing in 2013 all about connected travellers and the real world
Social media is dead - airline marketing in 2013 all about connected travellers and the real world
By Viewpoints | December 28, 2012
Let’s face it - social media is dead. There are over 200 airlines on Twitter today, for example, and the space is cluttered. Read More
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Delta agrees joint venture with Virgin Atlantic, pays $360M for 49 percent stake
Delta agrees joint venture with Virgin Atlantic, pays $360M for 49 percent stake
By Kevin May | December 11, 2012
Mooted seriously for a few weeks and predicted tactically by many for years, Delta and Virgin Atlantic have agreed a major joint venture in a bid to put pressure on their transatlantic rivals. Read More
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The Scan: Skyscanner clocks 10 million app downloads, Priceline brings bidding to mobile, and more news
By PhocusWire | September 20, 2012
More than a third of visits to Skyscanner come through apps, and more items in our rundown of the stories that are making news and driving opinion on 20 September. Read More
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The Scan: American Airlines hints at location-based feature for iPad app, and more news
The Scan: American Airlines hints at location-based feature for iPad app, and more news
By PhocusWire | September 14, 2012
American Airlines' director of mobile apps talks data says new functions will be unveiled soon, and more items in our roundup Read More
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The Scan: Emirates deals Oneworld a blow with Qantas tie-up, and more news
The Scan: Emirates deals Oneworld a blow with Qantas tie-up, and more news
By PhocusWire | September 6, 2012
Starting in April 2013, Emirates will no longer be constrained about walking all over the interests of Oneworld member British Airways, and other news from our daily roundup. Read More
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The Scan: Hyatt gains from Roomlinx-DISH deal, CCRA debuts tools, and more news
The Scan: Hyatt gains from Roomlinx-DISH deal, CCRA debuts tools, and more news
By Sean O'Neil | August 28, 2012
Roomlinx, the IPTV company, signed a five-year contract with DISH, which benefits Hyatt Hotels, and more items in our roundup of the stories that are making news and driving opinion on 28 August. Read More
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What Else? P&O Cruises birthday, WAYN claim, Scoot for Expedia, Avis portable wifi
What Else? P&O Cruises birthday, WAYN claim, Scoot for Expedia, Avis portable wifi
By PhocusWire | July 4, 2012
P&A Cruises socialises celebrations. WAYN boasts millions, Scoot takes hotels from Expedia, Avis trials portable wifi devices... What else is going on in the world of travel tech... Read More
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Getting mobile web basics right in travel is still a target rather than an achievement
Getting mobile web basics right in travel is still a target rather than an achievement
By Glenn Gruber | February 3, 2012
As we got towards the end of 2011, many people were asking me what I thought was next in the world of mobile and whether I had any predictions. Read More
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Jetstar and Qantas on winning run - Top Australia travel websites, September 17 2011
Jetstar and Qantas on winning run - Top Australia travel websites, September 17 2011
By PhocusWire | September 22, 2011
Qantas and Jetstar have managed to secure almost half of the Australia airline website category, winning 45% of the entire market. Read More
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Singapore Airlines sorry for aggravation on new website
Singapore Airlines sorry for aggravation on new website
By Kevin May | July 14, 2011
Probably not the best moment for new Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong: a high profile and humble apology following major problems with the airline's new website. Read More
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Thai Airways tries YouTube to build A380 buzz [VIDEO]
By Kevin May | June 7, 2011
Such is the apparent fascination that the flying public still has with the Airbus A380 that airlines continue to pull out all the stops to promote services ahead of inaugural flights. Read More
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Singapore Airlines swaps print for digital with in-flight magazine
Singapore Airlines swaps print for digital with in-flight magazine
By Kevin May | August 3, 2010
Singapore Airlines wants to end its reliance on providing magazines for passengers by scrapping print editions in favour of streaming it through the in-flight entertainment system. Read More
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