Advancements In In Flight Entertainment

Written by Gate One Travel. Posted in Aircraft interiors expo event, Bulkhead in ceiling, In-flight entertainment systems

With recent advancements in in flight entertainment technology, flying has become more enjoyable than ever before. Flying, something that was once dreaded as boring and often uncomfortable, is now often an enjoyable experience in and of itself. In a typical day, nearly eight million people are able to fly in comfort in and out of the United States and around the world, traveling with ease in ways that weren’t feasible until recent years. In a typical year, more than three billion people travel by air all around the world, marking a new achievement and milestone for the airline industry.

There are many reasons that people fly and many reasons that people choose specific locations to fly to. For instance, some people choose to fly simply out of convenience. A short one hour flight is often preferable to a long and grueling drive, even if the destination is within a relatively easy to drive distance. Some people simply don’t like driving, and taking a flight is often comparatively p

Three Ways Upgraded Technology Improve Airline Sales

Written by Gate One Travel. Posted in Aircraft ife systems, Aircraft interiors expo event, Ife systems for aircraft

Faa certified repair station

Many businesses today are implementing advanced technology into their business plans for increased revenue. The aircraft industry is no different. You will notice that airline businesses are often the first to introduce new technology to their customers. Customers have come to expect this level of technology and it has proven successful in improving revenue in the following ways.

Increased ticket sales
When customers know that they are going to have all of the technological conveniences they require during travel, they are more likely to book with a specific airline company. Minimal expectations are also a factor, with WiFi being expected on most air flights. According to TripAdvisor?s 2013 Air Travel Survey, 25% of respondents would choose one airline over anoth