While two-thirds of hotels in Europe now offer free wifi, much to the relief of many travellers, their counterparts in India and Singapore have a vastly different opinion when it comes in-flight connections.
Seems like the sky is the limit for inflight entertainment at the moment according to the numbers pulled together for this neat infographic
The Scan: Russia OTA funding, airport self-service stats, movers and shakers and more travel tech news
Odigeo, Oktogo, Travelata, Hudson Crossing, GraysEscape, iV Platform, CarTrawler, Expedia, Lufthansa Systems, LateRooms and SITA self-service all make the cut for our roundup of the stories making news and driving opinion on December 4.
Pilots love Apple iPads, flight-planning apps like ForeFlight, and air-streaming in-flight entertainment
Apple’s iPad has created the biggest shift in the way pilots fly airplanes since the birth of the jet engine and the biggest change in in-flight entertainment since the first movie screens.
North American airline Wi-Fi provider Aircell changed its name to Gogo and is testing a new in-flight entertainment platform with Delta Air Lines as the presumed launch partner.