Airlines are on the cusp of making large investments to make their aircraft more connected, a survey released Tuesday indicates. The survey finds that 47% of airlines that took part plan to spend up to $1 million per aircraft over the next year, with the majority of those looking at $100,000-$500,000. Over the next five years, “38% are looking to spend $1 million to $10 million per aircraft, so it really jumps,” Honeywell Aerospace VP-connected aircraft Kristin Slyker said June ...

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