In-Flight Net and E-Mail Put On Hold.

Seattle-based Tenzing Communications has lost two airline customers since the 11th September and it has been reported that a third carrier is to delay the adoption of Tenzing in-flight technology.

Seattle-based Tenzing Communications has lost two airline customers since the 11th September and it has been reported that a third carrier is to delay the adoption of Tenzing in-flight technology.


The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that Singapore Airlines will discontinue a test of the onboard e-mail and Internet access service, following the decisions by both FinnAir and SwissAir to scrap plans to equip their aircraft.
The report also said that Tenzing laid off 80 employees, or half its staff, last month. Its customers include Cathay Pacific, Varig and Virgin Atlantic.

 

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