EasyJet Airlines, a private airline, is currently flying passengers on its Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737 MAX planes from New York to Melbourne.

The planes are equipped with the latest in wireless technology.

But according to some aviation experts, the airline has not been keeping up with demand for the planes.

“We’re seeing more and more demand for a smartphone, so we’re looking at ways to meet that demand,” said Ryan Shattuck, a business aviation analyst with BNA Research.

Shattock said EasyJet would need to increase the number of people boarding planes to make room for more passengers.

EasyJet’s planes currently carry 8,600 passengers. 

On Wednesday, the company tweeted a photo of a jet carrying passengers on board the Boeing 737.

Shattert, who is based in Germany, said the tweet was taken from a photo posted to a photo sharing site called Flickr. 

“EasyJet is currently considering ways to increase capacity to accommodate increased demand,” the airline said in a statement. 

The airline said the changes would be made by the end of the year, but it said it was not yet sure when they would be implemented.

Shatten, who was formerly the chief technology officer for Southwest Airlines, said he believed the company was taking a conservative approach to increasing capacity.

“I don’t think the airline is going to do anything that would dramatically increase capacity, unless they have a very specific and very clear reason to do so,” Shattur said. 

EasyJet has faced criticism from both pilots and pilots unions. 

Airline pilots have complained that the plane’s cabin design is too large, the planes don’t offer the same amenities as smaller jets and there is no way to monitor how the planes are operating. 

Many pilots and industry experts also say the company has not adequately addressed the problems caused by cellphones in the planes that are flying now.

The Federal Aviation Administration has been cracking down on cellphones that are in the air, and some airlines are also taking steps to restrict passengers from carrying phones while they are in a plane.

The FAA also has been working on rules for passengers to be able to use cellphones on planes, but the measures have been met with mixed responses from airlines and some pilots. 

Last year, the FAA announced a new rule requiring cellphones to be locked down on the aircraft, and that airlines would have to provide additional ways to disable them.

The rules also require passengers to wear face masks and seat belts while traveling, and they require passengers on flights to use hands-free headsets. 

Some airlines are looking at how to address the issue with their own planes. 

According to a report by the Federal Aviation Agency, the number and frequency of passengers boarding planes have increased steadily over the last decade.

The agency estimated that between 2013 and 2019, the total number of passengers who boarded a plane rose by 3.7 million to 5.4 million.

Airline pilot Scott Taylor said in February that he was looking at the issue and would take a closer look at it, according to the New York Times.