Last year Panasonic Avionics and Lufthansa Technik announced plans to form a joint venture to provide customized in-flight entertainment and cabin management systems for VIP operators. This year, at the #EBACE11 show in Geneva, the so-called IDAIR joint venture was open for business. IDAIR is initially targeting the business aviation industry but intends to also meet custom product requirements of the airlines. Here is IDAIR CEO Andrew Muirhead explaining the new joint venture.
IDAIR has big plans for bizjet and commercial space
By Mary Kirby on May 23, 2011 in Uncategorised
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