Does Thales have a solid in-flight connectivity strategy in place? The manufacturer gave a resounding “yes” to that question today when it showcased its new London area-based connectivity demonstration suite to journalists, and revealed it has concluded an agreement with a “six star” airline covering installation of its connectivity solutions, including GSM, Wi-fi, and connected IFE (with FaceBook, Twitter and other apps, oh YES!).
Check out what Thales head of in-flight entertainment Alan Pellegrini had to say about the new deal and keep your eyes on this and the Flightglobal IFEC space for more info about Thales’ strategy in the coming days. Thanks Thales for letting me play with all your fun stuff!
VIDEO: Thales gets fully connected (and very social!)
By Mary Kirby on March 4, 2010 in Air Transport, In-flight Entertainment/Communications, Mobile Applications, Original Equipment Manufacturers
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