Ranging from Media Stations to a bespoke gate-based wireless network, new solutions are helping airlines and airports add real value at the departure gate.
JetBlue has partnered with Amazon to allow Amazon Prime members to stream content via their own device using the carrier’s free Fly-Fi service.
AirFi Boxes will be installed on nine aircraft and in the gate areas at various airports to offer Arkefly’s passengers a “fully connected experience”. Read full article »
Estonian Air has installed an AirFi box on each of its CRJ900 NextGen and Embraer 170 aircraft, allowing passengers to access a variety of content. Read full article »
Brett Proud, President & CEO of GuestLogix, discusses onboard merchandising, NFC, personalisation, data protection and the commercial relevance of BYOD.
Airberlin has equipped the first two aircraft with onboard Wi-Fi as it starts a fleet-wide rollout, and is also introducing wireless in-flight entertainment.
Verizon Wireless has declared 26 November – the day before Thanksgiving – “Connection Day” and will offer free onboard Wi-Fi to air travellers.
FTE takes a look at how Asian airlines are embracing the latest technological developments to improve the in-flight passenger experience.
Philippines-based Cebu Pacific Air has started a trial of the SKYfi club wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) system alongside KID-Systeme GmbH.