Aeroméxico has announced that it has brought live television onboard its 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft through a new parntership with Panasonic Avionics and live television content distributor IMG. The airline initially offers two channels of live television programming: Sport 24 […]
f you haven’t toured the Waterfront Seat yet, this is a good time to sit up and get excited.
This futuristic and smart business class seat–developed through a collaboration between Panasonic Avionics, TEAGUE, Formation Design and B/E Aerospace–has been recognised with a Gold Spark design award for its innovation and future-vision.
Following the announcement of Panasonic Avionic’s extended agreement with China Telecom Satellite (CTS) for connectivity over Chinese airspace, the airline announces that China Eastern Airlines will increase its Panasonic eXConnect commitment to 84 planes.
Norwegian (NAS) has reported a doubling of profits in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year.
The digital trends of today’s travellers will make BYOD entertainment a “major game changer” says Inflight Connectivity and Entertainment supplier, SITA OnAir.
We’ve been closely watching the rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in-flight entertainment (IFE) trend as new services and solutions arise which let airlines offer entertainment content on flights where there previously was none, or as supplementary entertainment for overhead screens, even for embedded seat back screens for an “at-home” multi-screening experience.
In a recently released report, San Francisco-based Grand View Research, Inc. projects the global In-Flight Entertainment And Connectivity (IFEC) market will reach USD 9.82 billion by 2024.
“The emergence of BYOD and development of novel wireless solutions are expected to boost market growth,” the research group states. “The increasing commercial aviation & fleet expansion have further bolstered industry growth. Growing availability of HD content across dynamic platforms are expected to increase IFEC systems’ demand.”
To mark the 36th anniversary of the airline’s partnership with the Cannes film festival, Air France introduces Cinema to Go, a service which lets passengers finish enjoying their in-flight films after the flight has landed.
Passengers will be able to use a gift code issued by the airline to access their in-flight film on a smartphone, tablet or PC.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of two literary giants: Cervantes and Shakespeare. IAG’s British Airways and Iberia are each celebrating their proud literary traditions with unique activities and promotions. Each of these greats transcended his role as icon of […]
Virgin America has now published a pricing list for the ViaSat high-speed Wi-Fi it introduced in July of last year to part of its fleet, a product competitive to JetBlue’s popular FlyFi product.