WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. Feb. 1, 2011 Doug Murri
In his 16 years with Southwest, Murri designed, led and implemented several key business-system and technology initiatives. The recipient of Southwest’s 2005 President’s Award, Murri led the airline’s implementation for mission critical aircraft messaging (ACARS), including both airborne and ground systems. He designed and deployed Southwest’s first remote server infrastructure at airport locations. Murri was also instrumental in developing and implementing Southwest’s Onboard Performance Computer, an early electronic flight bag (EFB).
Murri is an influential member of such airline industry committees as the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC), the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA) and the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).
Doug Murri John LaValle
"As I worked with the Row 44 team from within Southwest on the passenger Wi-Fi initiative, I became convinced that this company’s in-flight broadband platform is the most innovative and robust on the market," said Murri. "I am eager to help push Row 44’s technology into new uses for our airline customers around the world."
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