Transavia, Lufthansa Systems, Skycast Solutions and Piksel offer their thoughts on the future of the fast-changing in-flight entertainment market.
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First, Business and Economy Class passengers will benefit from the new-look cabins, with the latter able to make use of a self-service F&B kiosk.
British Airways has confirmed that its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will feature four classes, including a new eight-seat first class cabin.
The “Exede in the Air” service will be installed on 10 A320s, while Virgin America will also become the first airline to deploy a hybrid Ku/Ka-band antenna.
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AirAsia’s onboard instant messaging package, provided by roKKi, now includes access to the Twitter app, as well as WeChat, WhatsApp, LINE and KakaoTalk.
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.
Vietnam Airlines has become just the second airline to operate the new Airbus A350 and now has its sights set on a wide-reaching upgrade to its long-haul fleet.
Flydubai’s Next Generation 737-800s will be equipped with GEE’s Airconnect connectivity system and Lumexis’ Fiber-To-The-Screen IFE system.