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easyJet keeps passengers switched on

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easyJet has announced that from today, all passengers onboard will be allowed to use their personal electronic devices such as laptops, DVD players, tablets and mobile phones onboard in 'Flight Mode' throughout the whole flight including during take-off and landing. Up until now, passengers have had to turn their devices off for both periods during the flight, and the change comes after recent recommendations from the European Aviation Safety Agency for these restrictions to be relaxed. → Read More

Travelport renews long-term distributor agreement in Iraq

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Travelport, a leading distribution services and e-commerce provider for the global travel industry, has today announced the renewal of a multi-year distribution partnership with Rawat-Al Hajer for Travelport technology and services in Iraq. → Read More

New online travel agency Logitravel goes mobile

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Logitravel, an online travel agency specialising in holidays, hotels and flights has just launched its first IOS APP. Downloadable for free from the Apple store, the App allows users to book travel services on the go as well as manage bookings from its user area. → Read More

Mobile data and text messaging at 30,000ft prove a hit with Brits

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British travellers are more likely to pick up their mobile phones inflight to send an email or browse the web than to make a call from the aircraft cabin. → Read More

Gogo brings Wi-Fi to Air Canada North American fleet

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Gogo, a leading aircraft communications service provider to the global aviation industry, announces today that it plans on rolling out Wi-Fi on Air Canada's entire North American fleet in May. The agreement also provides for future type-testing of Gogo satellite solutions for Wi-Fi on international flights. The international trials will take place in 2015. → Read More

Gogo, Boeing to pursue in-flight connectivity Boeing commercial aircraft

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Gogo, a leading aircraft communications service provider to the global aviation industry, has agreed to a technical services agreement (TSA) with Boeing to evaluate Gogo's suite of technology solutions on Boeing commercial aircraft. → Read More

Sabre partners with Tripadvisor

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Global travel technology company Sabre has partnered with TripAdvisor to bring the most in-depth, up-to-date seat and in-flight amenity information to agents via a new Sabre Red App. → Read More

United Airlines launches all-new mobile app for Android

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United Airlines has launched its all-new mobile application for the Android platform, offering customers innovative new features, smoother functionality and an improved touch-friendly design that enables travellers to access information more quickly and easily. The new Android app, available at united.com/mobile, follows United's redesign of the mobile app for the iOS7 platform, which the airline launched last year. → Read More

Travelport celebrates year anniversary of Merchandising Platform

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Since launching its ground-breaking Travelport Merchandising Platform exactly one year ago to the day at the CAPA Airline Summit in Dublin, Travelport has today outlined the significant progress it has made since launch. → Read More

LEGOLAND Windsor adding smartphone-based queuing

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accesso Technology Group plc, the premier technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry, has signed an agreement to install its patented smartphone-based queuing solution – Qsmart - at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort. → Read More

Gogo announces next gen in-flight internet technology - 2Ku

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Gogo, a leading aircraft communications service provider to the global aviation industry, announces the next step in its technology roadmap for global connectivity - 2Ku. Gogo expects this new technology to outperform other global connectivity solutions currently available in the market. Japan Airlines is expected to be among the first to trial this advanced technology. → Read More

Travelocity reveals the cheapest days to travel

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After one of the coldest winters on record, summer-seekers are anxiously awaiting the Memorial Day holiday. According to Travelocity's newly released Memorial Day 2014 data, the cost of travel is up 4.2% this year, but savvy travelers can still find good deals. The full Memorial Day travel report helps travelers understand which days are the cheapest to fly and the "Price to Beat" for Memorial Day travel. → Read More

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