eric
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Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Wed Oct 20, 2004 10:13 pm

Hey

I'm doing a discussion paper on airlines. One of the aspects being Connexion by Boeing (internet onboard aircrafts). Its very little with consumer satisfaction available.

Do you know if the airlines are satisfied with the product, and more importantly, are the passengers satisified?

Thanks for all your help in advance

eric
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wdleiser
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RE: Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Wed Oct 20, 2004 10:48 pm

Lufthansa is the First Commericial airline to use it, they tested it with Boeing on one of their 747-400's between EDDF and KIAD. The funny thing is, their first plane to have it on board for everyday use is their A340-600 that flies into San Francisco.
 
sk945
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RE: Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Wed Oct 20, 2004 10:53 pm

SAS will install it on all A333/A343 with start from this autumn.

Regards
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RE: Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Wed Oct 20, 2004 11:23 pm

In April 2004, LH did not have it on the routing EZE-FRA-NRT-FRA-EZE eventhouth as published, it should have been available. Crew indicated, that it would be available in the Northern Hemisphere, around September 2004.

CX however did have on-board internet within Asia, I am not sure if it was Connexion by Boeing, and it does not matter because it worked very well.

 
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RE: Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Thu Oct 21, 2004 12:04 am

for availability of LH's flynet, check http://cms.lufthansa.com/fly/de/en/inf/0,4976,0-0-1144059,00.html

cheers,

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eric
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RE: Connexion By Boeing -internet Onboard Aircrafts

Thu Oct 21, 2004 12:18 am

thanks for your replies.

but what i was wondering about was consumer satisfaction. are the airlines satisfied with this technology? are more airlines looking to install it?


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