The Seamless Air Alliance (SAA), which aims to simplify inflight connectivity with a standard system that allows myriad components to automatically and interchangeably connect with each other, expects to have specifications for the system by the end of 2020. At that time SAS will also embark on the certification process for the system, CEO Jack Mandala said. Currently, airlines and passengers often find themselves hampered by multiple connectivity systems that cannot talk to each other and ...

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