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.
Indian carrier Jet Airways has partnered with GEE to introduce IFE content streaming on its fleet of Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft.
Passengers flying from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport can now download movies to their smartphone while waiting for their flight.
FTE explores how Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer a consistent and reliable live TV service, following the carrier’s launch of the new service.
FTE speaks to Japan Airlines’ Andrew Wang about the future of IFE and connectivity, and takes a look at embedded, wireless and virtual reality IFE solutions.
Fresh from announcing a partnership with Netflix, Virgin America has now teamed up with Spotify and The New York Times to strengthen its IFE line-up.
The Spanish carrier is making Immfly content available on all flights, enabling passengers to access video content, digital newspapers and city guides.
BAE Systems is the first IFE vendor to strike a deal with a major Hollywood studio for the streaming of Early Window Content on passenger-owned devices.