At least for public info, an old but quick search: http://www.aviationtoday.com/2005/06/01/boeing-787-integrations-next-step/ Specifically this: Collins also developed the "core network" for the 787 and subsequent retrofits. This system houses multiple file servers and supports both cabin ...Jump to post
My thought is that the "hack" is more like tampering with inputs that would come from a ground station, for instrument landing or the like (Die Hard 2 anyone?). Still concerning, but only in very, very specific scenarios. Do keep in mind, although systems may be separate, if there is even ...Jump to post
Change of pace. Here at Logan for my BOS-ORD flight on B6 and the longest pre check line I have ever seen. Circled 3/4 of the way around the check in area. Still only took 20 minutes to get through, but that was nuts. Also of interest it looks like B6 are using E1 in the mornings, which of course i...Jump to post
boston5555 wrote:Interesting ... saw an Antonov (I believe the 124) departing Boston this morning ... Can't recall seeing that before. Anyone know the reason?
4. Free gate-to-gate WiFi (compared to free WiFi only when flying above 10,000 feet) WHAAATTTT?!!! I always thought there was a security / technology hurdle here ... If the router can just be turned on a litter earlier or for a while longer ... why don't they do it ALREADY?!!! I suspect that will h...Jump to post