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.
The app will allow passengers to plan their IFE experience on the ground, before synchronising their device with the embedded system onboard the aircraft.
Caribbean Airlines has opted to install Lumexis’ Fiber-To-The-Screen in-flight entertainment system, along with Second Screen technology.
United’s new First Class seat for narrow-body aircraft features a tray table with tablet holder, in-seat A/C power outlets and stowage for mobile devices.
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.