Japanese full-service carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) will introduce two new services to help avoid language barriers and ensure rapid emergency medical attention on flights. The carrier is to equip its cabin staff—and some ground crew—with a specially developed tablet dubbed the ANA Communication Board. The tablet, to be introduced from June 2016, uses smart technology to translate languages and offer pictograms for those with communication difficulties. The units will be ...

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