Three more airlines—Singapore Airlines, Royal Brunei and Norwegian Air Shuttle—have signed up for SITA OnAir’s flight tracking system, AIRCOM FlightTracker. These carriers will join Malaysia Airlines, Oman Air and 10 other unspecified carriers that use the system. AIRCOM has been developed by SITA, working with a number of airlines to use equipment already fitted to the aircraft to provide a tracking solution. No additional hardware is required, just an additional layer of ...

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