Posted on: 17 November 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Danish charter airline Jet Time is to begin offering digEplayer L7s to passengers on its fleet of Boeing 737s.
The digEplayer programme is being offered in co-operation with Inflight Media, based in Stockholm, which currently provides print media for Jet Time.
Targeting tour operators and other companies or individuals with group travel needs, Jet Time says it considers the quality of inflight services paramount, as exemplified by the staff’s commitment to providing what the customer wants. As such, the digEplayer L7 complements the current range of passenger amenities and alternatives.
Jet Time CCO John Uggerhøj commented, “Jet Time is pleased, in co-operation with our media partner of many years Inflight Media, to launch this individual inflight entertainment solution. Our experience is that passengers wish to select movies and entertainment themselves and watch the movies at their own pace, which the L7 offers.”
DigEcor president Brad Heckel added, “We are pleased that the aesthetic appeal and long battery life of the digEplayer L7 were key factors in Jet Time’s decision.”
Content will include items in Danish and Swedish, plus Hollywood films with Danish and Swedish subtitles. Other content will include television shows, cartoons, music videos, music, and games.