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Archive for May, 2014

LIVE In-Flight on Sport 24 May 29 – June 3!

Sport 24 May 29 - Jun 3 2014LIVE this weekend on Sport 24:

ROLAND GARROS:  Watch in-flight as The French Open – the 2nd tennis Grand Slam of the year – continues this weekend.

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Companies urge FCC to allow cell service on planes

Source: usatoday.com »

Companies eager to provide cellular service aboard planes are urging the Federal Communications Commission to allow it first on international flights so that airlines and travelers can see how it works.

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Gogo gets government go-aheads for JAL 767 connectivity

Source: pax-intl.com »

Gogo announced today that it has received an Supplemental Type Certificate from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and certification from the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) to install Gogo’s Ku-satellite based connectivity service on Japan Airlines’ 767-300 aircraft.

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What’s LIVE on Sport 24 May 22-28?

Sport 24 May 22 - 28LIVE this weekend on Sport 24!

Roland Garros French Open – The second tennis Grand Slam of the year LIVE

Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – Qualifying race AS LIVE and race LIVE

BMW PGA Championship GolfLIVE

Don’t miss it for the world!

Clear the Way for Airplane Cabin Voice Calls, Tech Urges

Source:  bloomberg.com »

Makers of smartphones and networking gear urged U.S. regulators to end a ban on in-flight calls, adding their voices to an issue that’s roused public cries against noisy airplane seatmates.

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LIVE In-Flight on Sport 24 May 13-18!

Sport 24 May 15-18LIVE this weekend on Sport 24!

ATP World Tour Tennis Masters 1000 SeriesLIVE in Rome

Euroleague Basketball – Semi-finals and finals LIVE

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Bombardier Confirms Global Broadband Connectivity to be Offered as Line-fit Option on CSeries Aircraft

Source: marketwatch.com »

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, May 13, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — Regional Airline Association Annual Convention – Bombardier Aerospace announced today that the installation of a satellite-based Ku-band antenna on CSeries flight test vehicle one (FTV1) is now complete. The installation comes as the company teams with Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) to offer in-flight global connectivity as a line-fit option for the first time on a single-aisle aircraft.

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