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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Adopted By American Airlines

Throughout 2012 we have seen an increase in the popularity of mobile phones which have large screens and the best example of this is the Samsung Galaxy Note. When the Galaxy Note was first launched it was thought that the large 5 inch screen may put consumers off however this was not the case and […]

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Air New Zealand Selects Panasonic Avionics Corporation’s eXLite IFEC Solution for its B777-200 Refit Program

LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Air New Zealand will be the first customer for Panasonic Avionics Corporation‘s (Panasonic) lowest power and lightest weight in-flight entertainment and communications (IFEC) system ever – eXLite. Air New Zealand CEO, Rob Fyfe says, “Following a thorough review of all solutions available in the market for our […]

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Virgin Atlantic’s New In-Flight Entertainment System Pictures and Hands-on

By Stuart Miles 0 inShare Virgin Atlantic has started to roll out a new in-flight entertainment system on its fleet which promises to change the way you watch films and TV shows, play games, catch up on the latest news headlines and much more at 35,000ft. But is it enough to make you want to […]

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Virgin Atlantic to Revamp In-Flight Entertainment

by Sarah Shearman Virgin Atlantic is overhauling its decade-old in-flight entertainment system to offer a more stylish and simple interface for passengers. It has appointed R/GA London as its digital partner to carry out a design and usability refresh. The agency, which won the business after a competitive pitch, plans to create a best in […]

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Games on a Plane

By Tom Curtis If you’ve travelled with an airline in the last several years, chances are you’ve encountered an In-Flight Entertainment device that offers on-demand video, music, and other media. In many cases, these devices also play games, which left us wondering: is there an unexplored business here worth investigating? Most In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) devices […]

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IFE Services to Design User Interface for Thomson Airways’ New Dreamliner In-Flight Entertainment System

By PR Newswire Leading in-flight entertainment provider will develop the user interface that passengers will use to enjoy the entertainment available on Thomson’s new fleet of 787s due to start long-haul flying in May 2013. IFE Services announced today that it has been selected by Thomson Airways to develop the in-flight entertainment user interface for […]

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Emirates Enhances Entertainment System

Original Article: Emirates enhances entertainment system Thu, 31 May 2012 by Trade Arabia News Services Emirates airline has upgraded the hardware on its new Boeing 777 fleet to bigger and digitally-enhanced screens for its inflight entertainment system. Passengers will now be able to enjoy Emirates’ award-winning entertainment with wider personal TV screens: 27-inch in First Class, […]

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Welcome to IFE News, I’m your Agent “Wendy”

Welcome to IFE News, a blog we created to stay up to speed with the latest and greatest in aviation and more specifically inflight entertainment. We’re frequent business passengers, industry experts, tech geeks and curious marketers who need a space to aggregate editorial content related to IFE.  You can follow us, post, tweet, share, add […]

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Emirates Launches New and Enhanced GUI from Panasonic

Emirates Launches New and Enhanced GUI from Panasonic

Emirates announced the launch of a new, enhanced, Graphical User Interface (GUI) developed by Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic). This new GUI will make accessing Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice Digital Widescreen, simpler to use – information, communication and entertainment – all at the passenger’s fingertips. The new interface will be introduced within two weeks across Emirates’ A380 fleet and subsequently over the next year across the majority of Emirates’ Boeing 777 aircraft.

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