Posted on: 31 January 2013 by Mark Howells
Japan Airlines (JAL) has extended a multi-year contract with IFP for a suite of in-flight entertainment (IFE) content services.
Under the agreement, IFP will continue to provide a range of IFE solutions for JAL’s entire fleet including the airline’s newly-launched JAL SKY SUITE 777. These offerings will include local and international movies, TV programming, audio visual on-demand (AVOD) and additional emerging services.
“JAL is an important long-established airline client of ours and we’re delighted that they have renewed their trust in IFP’s commitment to delivering exceptional services and engaging content,” declared Wale Adepoju, Executive Director of IFP.
“Our in-flight entertainment offering reflects JAL’s commitment to providing the best onboard passenger experience to our customers,” commented Jun Kato, Executive Officer of Route Marketing for Japan Airlines. “We are pleased to continue working with IFP in achieving our IFE objectives by delivering refreshingly unique offerings to passengers.”