David Dicko, CEO of Skylights, reveals to FTE that four major airlines in Europe and the Middle East have agreed to trial the SkyTheater immersive headset.
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.
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.
The new-look A320 cabins will feature 10-inch, HD, Internet-enabled IFE screens, 100-plus live TV channels, and in-seat power outlets and USB ports.
Etihad Regional, operated by Darwin Airline, has partnered with Panasonic Avionics to trial a tablet-based in-flight entertainment solution.
Pegasus Airlines’ Boğaç Uğurluteğin shares his thoughts on IFE, connectivity and how the carrier plans to strengthen its low-cost strategy.
Virgin Australia has teamed up with Open Universities Australia to offer its passengers access to video-based education courses while flying.
Qantas has launched an iPad app for children aged between four and eight years, which includes games to keep young travellers entertained.