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BizReport | Blogs & Content November 19, 2013

Third of long-haul passengers check seat comfort online

Today's long-haul passengers are able to easily and quickly check the comfort levels they can expect on a flight by searching online, something which a third of long-haul travelers do, according to new global research from Airbus.... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing September 20, 2013

Two-thirds of business travelers don't want to connect with Wi-Fi in-flight

Lately I've written a lot about the increasing demand and expectation that Wi-Fi is available during a flight. However, new research from American Express Global Business travel puts a different spin on what U.S. business travelers want. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing September 12, 2013

In-flight Wi-Fi more important than legroom and bathroom facilities

When up in the air, would you trade legroom or your favorite seat for access to reliable Internet connectivity? Many would, according to a new survey of travelers from Honeywell Aerospace, going as far as to sacrifice bathroom facilities. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing March 11, 2013

iOS in-flight use takes off, Android still grounded

Having recently reported on the increasing use and demand for wi-fi access while in-flight, it was interesting to read a new report from Gogo on which device is the most-used by connected airline passengers.... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing March 05, 2013

Brits expect in-flight mobile connectivity to be standard in next few years

Being able to connect to the Internet, use apps and play online games while aboard an airplane is something that most travelers expect to be standard in the next few years. A new survey reveals a demand among UK travelers... >>

BizReport | Internet March 04, 2013

Air passengers to spend $1.5 billion on in-flight connectivity by 2015

In recent years, both passenger numbers and in-flight WiFi demand have increased. People are used to having access to the web wherever they go via their smartphones, tablets and laptops; and they now expect that connection to the web whilst... >>

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