Aeroflot invests in Samsung tablets for short-haul IFE

Aeroflot invests in Samsung tablets for short-haul IFE
Business Class passengers on Aeroflot’s A320 services can now consume IFE on Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets.

Russian carrier Aeroflot has introduced upgrades to its Business Class product on both its Airbus A320 and A330 aircraft.

The most eye-catching of the upgrades relates to the airline’s inflight entertainment offer on its A320s.

Having previously offered its Business Class passengers a digEplayer L7 device to consume inflight entertainment on short-haul flights, Aeroflot has now replaced these with Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4-inch tablets.

In addition to the investment in new IFE devices, the carrier has also rolled out new Salvatore Ferragamo branded luxury amenity kits for premium passengers on flights longer than six hours. On flights longer than eight hours, the amenity kits will include complimentary products from French brand Caudalie.

The introduction of the new short- and long-haul Business Class products follows last year’s rollout of a new menu for premium passengers, featuring dishes from famous Russian chefs and food critics.



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