Update: Okay, okay, okay, it’s not Jet Airways that’s launching the Lumexis fiber optics-based IFE system on its Boeing 737s, it’s FlyDubai. The first aircraft will be retrofited – right after delivery in October – in Seattle. Here’s hoping I am not wrong on both (or else I’ll have to look seriously at my wine intake
Original blog post: I have just come away from a lovely Airbus cocktail reception and, after chatting with various industry execs, I can tell you with rather strong assurity that Qatar Airways will launch the Thales connected In-flight entertainment solution and Jet Airways will launch the Lumexis ffiber optics-based IFE. More tomorrow. Ciao Baby!!
UPDATE: Qatar and FlyDubai to launch BIG IFEC
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