Posted on: 14 November 2014 by Mark Howells
The Inflight Workshop, which is returning to Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) in February, is planning on hosting a number of exciting workshop sessions in order to give delegates the opportunity to put forward their questions to industry-leading panellists in the in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) sector.
The 2015 workshop sessions* have been created to address what we at Inflight see as the biggest trends and challenges within the IFEC industry:
“Buyouts or Bracing it Alone?” will focus on how the IFEC industry is managing change, exploring how important it is to have several players in the sector as it evolves.
“Why fly with Wi-Fi?”, on the other hand, is going to concentrate on the advantages and disadvantages of connectivity, looking at where it works and where it fails for an airline.
In more practical terms, “Dis-content-ed: seat back or in the lap” plans to analyse how handy it is to have handhelds – whether they’re effective for all and how to ensure a positive passenger experience with them.
Finally, ‘‘Retro’fit for Purpose” will examine what to add to an elderly cabin for a cool new look – are the costs worth it?
The workshop will then flow into a post-lunch Awards Ceremony, where Inflight’s independent expert judging panel will be rewarding operators and suppliers for their performance in the Middle East across a number of different categories. For further information on these sessions and more, please visit www.inflightworkshop.com
*subject to change by programme consultant