Rockwell Collins will tell you that it never really left the world of in-seat audio/video on demand (AVOD). And, quite technically, Rockwell Collins is right. The company’s eTES and dTES in-flight entertainment systems are in operation on myriad aircraft in the world fleet, and the firm has continued to support these solutions for its customers. […]
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Check out the my colleague Will Horton’s story on how “iPad as IFE” fan Jetstar is retrofitting with the B/E Aerospace Pinnacle seat and using the B/E iPad bracket (seen below). The fabulous nuggets one finds at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg.
B/E Aerospace is raking in the orders for its new Pinnacle slimline seat. During an earnings conference call last week, the company’s president and chief operating officer Mike Baughan revealed that Pinnacle has become B/E’s most successful product launch to date.Key quote: “Pinnacle has been our most successful product launch and I would say the […]
B/E Aerospace’s integration project with Thales is really quite something. But don’t just take my word for it. Here is what B/E Aerospace’s Alex Pozzi says about integrating Thales’ next gen in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) system into the firm’s Pinnacle economy-class seat. The solution will be offered on Qatar’s 787s.
It has been a busy few weeks for this RWG with back-to-back-to-back trips on both sides of the pond. Along the way, I’ve picked up various bits of IFEC/aircraft interiors news that I’d like to share with you. (This meal is probably best served with German beer, but please no more sausage for the love […]
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