All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced it will supply all 6,000 cabin attendants with iPads, technology it said will “improve the quality of the passenger service offered and raise cabin attendant productivity.” According to ANA, the iPads will replace the traditional paper training manuals and ensure that staff will “always be able to access the latest information wherever they are.” They will also cut down on printing and distribution costs. ANA’s flight ...

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