Rosen Aviation is truly a product of its culture – and what is culture without the people that comprise it? Join us for our first employee spotlight interview, one of many more to come.
How much is the average coach passenger willing to pay for a more comfortable, better connected traveling experience? Premium economy may be the answer.
What recent technological advancement has had the greatest impact on the lives of flyers? Smart devices seem to be the obvious answer.
People who use business jets, private jets and charter flights do so for a lot of different reasons. One thing that’s universal among nearly all passengers is an expectation for a certain level of convenience, entertainment and comfort.
In the beginning of commercial air travel passengers were an afterthought. Aircraft were primarily used for transporting mail and freight in the early to mid-1920s. The largest airline during that time was operated by USPS.
There’s a fundamental question you have to answer before choosing which in-flight entertainment options to install in an aircraft cabin – what do flyers want most when they’re hurdling through the air in the fuselage of a jet?
What’s the difference between avionics and aircraft cabin electronics? Avionics is a general term referring to electronics in planes, satellites and even spacecraft. Avionics is essentially an umbrella term that the majority of electricity-powered aeronautics technology falls under. Aircraft cabin electronics are a type of avionics that are integrated into cabins for in-flight entertainment (IFE) and passenger comfort.