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1. Emirates permits Use of Mobile Phones Inflight
Emirates permits Use of Mobile Phones Inflight. Emirates has made a very brave, and somewhat controversial, move in becoming the first major airline in the world to commercially launch an inflight mobile telephone service, giving those customers who want to be reachable in the air greater convenience. The service will only be activated when the aircraft is at cruising altitude and
2. Qantas Extends use of Mobile Phones on Board Aircraft
Qantas Extends use of Mobile Phones on Board Aircraft.
3. New Locking Solution Allows Mobile Phones to be Used as Room Key
A combination of VingCard Elsafes VisionLine system, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and advanced NFC (Near Field Communication) technology is now making it possible for hotel guests to check in remotely through their PC or web-enabled mobile devices and bypass the front desk at check-in, using NFC-enabled mobile phones as virtual guestroom keys.
4. KLM launches Electronic Boarding Pass for Mobile Phones
KLM launches Electronic Boarding Pass for Mobile Phones. KLM passengers are now able to receive their boarding pass on their mobile phone. This new service is initially being offered to passengers travelling on the 15 daily flights between Amsterdam and Paris, as it is a joint Air France and KLM service. The electronic boarding pass contains all the information displayed on a conve
5. Jazeera Airways to allow Mobile Telephone Calls Inflight
Jazeera Airways to allow Mobile Telephone Calls Inflight. The OnAir service will enable Jazeera Airways' passengers to use their mobile phones and BlackBerry-type devices to send and receive text messages, emails including attachments, and to make and receive mobile phone calls inflight. The service is based on Inmarsat's SwiftBroadband.
6. Entire ITB Berlin on a Mobile Phone - Free of Charge
Entire ITB Berlin on a Mobile Phone - Free of Charge. A new feature for visitors to this years ITB Berlin is a guide to the fair which is available on their mobile phones: the ITB Mobile Guide provided by GIATA & TOURIAS should make it easier for visitors to find their way around the Berlin Exhibition Grounds.
7. Mobile Telephones could Save Airline Industry US$600 million
Mobile Telephones could Save Airline Industry US$600 million. Research by SITA, a specialist IT provider to the air transport industry, shows that the worlds 3.2 billion mobile phones could be transformed into indispensable air travel tools within five years, and if used as passenger tracking devices they could save cash-strapped airlines up to $600 million on reducing flight dela
8. Oman Air to permit Mobile Phone Usage Inflight
Oman Air to permit Mobile Phone Usage Inflight. From 2009, Oman Air passengers will be able to use their mobile phones and BlackBerry-type devices to send and receive text messages, emails including attachments, and to make and receive mobile phone calls during flights. They will also be able to use laptops and the seat-back inflight entertainment screen to access the Internet and

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