Posted on: 22 August 2014 by Mark Howells
Irish low-fare airline Aer Lingus has revealed the new in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) system for its refurbished business class cabin on transatlantic flights.
The system, which is being installed on Aer Lingus’ Airbus A330 aircraft, will be available on flights beginning in March 2015. It features multiple new IFEC solutions.
Passengers will be equipped with a 16 inch Panasonic IFE touch screen system with access to on-demand films, 90 hours of television and over 1,000 music albums.
They will also have space to store their personal electronic devices (PEDs), as the seat configuration allows availability for both a mini-tablet underneath the IFE screen and laptop stowage in another, separate area.
Finally, USB outlets will allow passengers to keep their PEDs charged throughout the flight, so they can make use of the complimentary in-flight Wi-Fi.