Malaysia-based low-cost carrier (LCC) AirAsia will install 90 Airbus A320s with inflight aircraft tracking systems. The carrier said the satellite-based FlightLink system, supplied by Panasonic Avionics Corporation, would allow it to “maintain constant contact with our aircraft everywhere we fly.” The move comes a month after its offshoot India AirAsia also opted to install inflight tracking on its aircraft—but using a system supplied by competitor SITA. AirAsia India ...

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