Honeywell Aerospace said airline passengers would rather have an internet connection than food onboard a flight, which is indicative of how much people now rely on their electronic devices in everyday life. “We asked passengers what they would trade off and whether they would trade a meal for connectivity,” Honeywell Aerospace VP & GM-services and connectivity Kristin Slyker said at the Paris Air Show. “A large percentage of passengers chose Wi-Fi over an inflight ...

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