Inflight entertainment systems data

The media frenzy around the seatback screen’s imminent death could not have been further from the truth.

With the rise of personal electronic devices (PEDs) on board, you would think that the use of wireless in-flight entertainment (W-IFE) would overpower seat-back IFE. It hasn’t. Many carriers are installing both W-IFE alongside seat-back screens on their long-haul aircraft for the main reason that people often use their PEDs while watching another screen – a trend most prevalent amongst Millennials who are accounting for an increasingly larger percentage of travelers.

APEX experience inflight entertainment installation

Written by Caroline Ku and illustrated by Nicolás Venturelli for Airline Passenger Experience (APEX) magazine.

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