What we’re reading: New inflight Wi-Fi rules, flying is safest since start of jet age, Kingfisher loses flying license

US clears way for wider in-flight Internet

The FCC has made it easier for more companies to offer broadband Internet access in flight.
Since 2001, the commission has cleared companies on an ad hoc basis to market in-flight broadband services via satellite.

Under a newly adopted framework, the licensing procedures will be simpler, the commission said.

What we’re reading: Kitchenettes in Vegas? Kingfisher Airline to oneworld, FAA opens NextGen lab

Kitchenettes new draw in Vegas, Kingfisher becomes member-elect of oneworld, FAA opens lab for NextGen research

What we’re reading: Kingfisher joins oneworld, cockpit recorders, U.S. passenger revenue rises

Kingfisher joins with oneworld, NTSB asks to monitor pilot conversations, U.S. passenger revenue rose in January