Flight length

May 20, 2013 - 2:15pm

A European Union-funded research project is testing new air-to-ground communications infrastructure to help manage peak workload during a flight, while reducing stress and therefore the risk of accidents. The resulting tools will be included in a new-generation cockpit being designed in part by Wessling, Germany-based TriaGnoSys. The project also hopes to allow reduced crew operations in a limited number of well defined conditions, such as long-haul flights or with an incapacitated crewmember.

January 2, 2013 - 12:40am

Aeria Luxury Interiors, a start-up division of ST Aerospace in San Antonio, is at work on a long-haul bizliner that arrived in November for heavy maintenance and an extensive cabin refurbishment.

The San Antonio facility also delivered its first project this past summer, a Boeing Business Jet requiring light maintenance and installation of a new in-flight entertainment package.

December 11, 2012 - 9:04am

Today at MEBA 2012, U.S. private jet charter company ExcelAire announced it is launching a new international transfer service (ITS) for passengers arriving in New York on long-haul airline flights. ExcelAire’s team will meet passengers as they arrive at either New York John F. Kennedy or Newark International Airports and swiftly transfer them to awaiting private jets for their onward journeys.

December 11, 2012 - 9:00am

Here at MEBA 2012, U.S. private jet charter company ExcelAire (Stand 597) is launching a new international transfer service (ITS) for passengers arriving in New York on long-haul airline flights. ExcelAire’s team will meet passengers as they arrive at either New York-John F. Kennedy or Newark International airports, and swiftly transfer them to awaiting private jets for their onward journeys.

December 12, 2006 - 1:13pm

The three new communications media that have become indispensable in recent years– cellular telephony, electronic mail and the worldwide Web–are now becoming a realistic option for the airlines.

 
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