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How Many More Folks Are Using Electronic Devices On Planes Now That You Can Use Them From Gate to Gate?

According to this article, virtually none. The study, by DePaul University’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, found 35.9% of airline passengers were using mobile technology at a given point during the four-month study. That was only slightly more than the 35.3% of fliers who were tapping into their mobile devices at observed points in 2013, during a period before the Federal Aviation Administration began allowing passengers to use electronic devices to play games, listen to music or read from takeoff to landing. That new rule went into effect on Oct. […]

An Aviation Heavyweight Weighs In On The Dreamliner

Unless you’re an aviation enthusiast, it’s unlikely you know who Gordon Bethune is.  A quick peek at his Wikipedia page shows a career working for various airlines (and even a stint at Boeing), but the thing he’s most known for is his long tenure running Continental Airlines.  Most consider him to be the savior of Continental in the mid 90s.  I was never a Continental customer myself, but all of my colleagues who flew Continental swear by the man.  He commands attention in the aviation industry on a fairly regular […]