All posts tagged "Panasonic Avionics Corporation"

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    WestJet Selects Panasonic for Inflight Entertainment and Connectivity

    WestJet, which commences a Dublin – St John’s service on 15th June, has signed a multi-year agreement with Panasonic Avionics Corporation to provide the airline with a new inflight entertainment system with the ability to feature wireless satellite Internet connectivity, live streaming television, on-demand movies, magazines and more.  Guests will be able...

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    Larger Monitors in Latest Emirates B777-300ERs

    Emirates’ latest B777-300ERs offer larger touchscreen monitors in all three classes – up from 23” to 27” in First, up from 17” to 20” in Business, and up from 10.9” to 12.1” in Economy. The new screens feature high definition resolution, developed by Panasonic Avionics Corporation, making it one of the world’s...

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    Emirates ice Digital Widescreen System Now Even Easier to Use

    In line with its ongoing inflight product improvements, Emirates has launched a new, enhanced interface for its inflight entertainment system that will be introduced within two weeks across the airline’s Airbus A380 fleet and subsequently over the next year across the majority of its Boeing 777 aircraft. Emirates will introduce the B777...

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    Etihad and Panasonic Sign 10-Year Deal

    Etihad Airways has selected Panasonic Avionics Corporation to provide the in-flight entertainment systems and in-flight connectivity, including broadband Internet and live TV, for the airline’s entire long-haul fleet of wide-body aircraft. James Hogan, Etihad Airways Chief Executive, and Paul Margis, Panasonic Avionics Chief Executive, today signed a letter of intent for a...

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    United Continental to Provide Inflight Wi-Fi Internet

    United Continental Holdings has signed an agreement with Panasonic Avionics Corporation to bring its Ku-band satellite-based wi-fi Internet connectivity to more than 300 of its aircraft beginning in mid-2012, including Airbus 319 and 320 and Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777 and 787. The company expects its entire mainline fleet to be fitted...