FTE takes a look at the latest IFE concepts and products from Panasonic Avionics, Skylights, Lumexis, Zodiac, BAE, Arconics, Bluebox and more.
FTE speaks to Joost Blom, Air France-KLM’s Project Manager – Product Innovation Inflight, about the airline’s short, medium and long haul IFEC plans.
Joe Leader, CEO of the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), shares his thoughts on the future of in-flight entertainment and connectivity.
Passengers on Singapore Airlines’ new A350s will be able to link their tablet to the seatback IFE screen to use their device as a second screen.
FTE explores how in-flight education, streaming services, live TV and pre-flight downloads are changing the face of the in-flight entertainment market.
Passengers can download IFE content via a dedicated app ahead of their flight, and the content is then activated once they board the aircraft.
Passengers on the Boeing 737-800-operated services from Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth will have access to a selection of free and paid content.
The in-flight connectivity service is being trialled on two of Air France’s A320s and also offers access to live TV, movies, TV series and games.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has partnered with Panasonic Avionics to make on board Wi-Fi and live TV available on its Japanese domestic routes.
Gogo will provide closed captioning on its IFE streaming content, having reached an agreement with the National Association of the Deaf.