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Virgin Atlantic will be the first global airline to make IFE accessible for passengers with sight loss on its whole fleet, serving destinations across North America, the Caribbean, Africa, China, India and the Middle East.
Bluebox worked closely with Virgin Atlantic and The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association in the development of the platform.
Kevin Clark, ceo Bluebox Aviation, said: “We’re honoured that Solaseed Air has selected Bluebox Aviation Systems as a partner in the development of their new IFE service.
IFE is evolving rapidly – no longer is it just a service to entertain passengers, but a channel for revenue generation, an important factor for any regional or low-cost carriers, which has not traditionally offered IFE.” The first five easy Jet aircraft to be equipped with the Air Time service developed by Immfly are now in operation.
The Wow wireless content streaming system from Bluebox Aviation has been adopted by Japanese airline Solaseed Air.
The regional carrier has deployed Wow across its fleet of 12 Boeing 737-800s, operating out of Tokyo’s Haneda airport and throughout Japan.
“For the thousands of airlines and rail operators who visit Passenger Experience Week each year, PTS will be the destination to source innovative, tech-enabled solutions and hear from industry-leaders who will join the dots of the passenger technology ecosystem.” PTS will take place in Hamburg, Germany from April 9 to 12, 2018.
Bluebox Aviation Systems has launched an accessible IFE (a IFE™) platform with Virgin Atlantic, designed specifically for passengers with visual impairments.
Travelport Fusion allows us to implement this mobile app rapidly.” Travelport Fusion is designed to help airlines keep up with the rapid changes in mobile technology.
The digital platform provides passengers with personalised entertainment options on their own smartphones, tablets and laptops, avoiding the need for seat-back screens.
Air Time is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian and German, and will initially be available on select services covering over 90 destinations, including London, Manchester, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Lisbon, Rome and Madrid, with Geneva and Basel as the main hubs.
Bluebox Wow provides wireless content streamed to passengers’ personal devices in the aircraft cabin, offering up to 1.6TB of film, TV, audio, and games.
The system supports advertising, inflight shopping, and payment processing, which provides opportunities for generating ancillary revenue.