Air India is looking to roll out streaming in-flight entertainment across its core fleet of Boeing 787s, 777s and Airbus A320 family aircraft.
The Star Alliance carrier has issued a tender seeking a provider to supply, install and commission streaming systems on its aircraft under a revenue-sharing arrangement that would run for five years.
Although the systems sought will be primarily used for streaming content from the on board server, tender documents show that it should be upgradable to include connectivity “to meet future plans.”
The airline did not specify a timeframe for the installation but adds that it would like to have it operating “in the shortest possible time” across its fleet.
The tender closes on 21 May.
Cirium's Fleets Analyzer shows that Air India has 27 787s, 18 777s and 68 A320 family jets in its fleet.