By the end of August, more than 120 United Express E170, E175 and CRJ700 regional jets will be equipped with the wireless in-flight entertainment service.
Passengers flying from Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal will be able to download a selection of movies to their smartphones and tablets ahead of departure.
Jared Shoemaker, Director, Cabin Programs at BAE Systems, shares his thoughts on the future of the wireless in-flight entertainment market with FTE.
Transavia, Lufthansa Systems, Skycast Solutions and Piksel offer their thoughts on the future of the fast-changing in-flight entertainment market.
Find out how seatback self-service, in-flight concierges, commercial partnerships and smartwatch-based sales can help to increase in-flight sales.
The tie-up will give passengers access to six music streaming stations and comes as the carrier rolls out the Android-based Red Beta IFE system.
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 »