Saudia has selected KID-Systeme’s SKYfi Club onboard entertainment wireless streaming platform for 20 A330 and 30 A320 of its passenger and corporate aircraft.
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.”
Gogo says users should expect “significantly” better W-Fi connections as a result of the upgrade to the satellite modem used in its Next Generation 2Ku and Ku satellite technologies.
The new modem “will significantly increase throughput from the satellite to end users” Gogo states, promising speeds of up to 400 Mbps to an aircraft. The modem will also support streaming of films and television programming viewed on the internet.
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To all my fellow passengers on Flight 2014: We’ve now reached a comfortable cruising altitude so you can feel free to roam about the cabin. My commitment to you on this flight is to provide you quality Inflight Entertainment, keep […]