Posted on: 08 September 2014 by Mark Howells
JetBlue Airways (JetBlue) has signed an agreement which will see Spafax manage the airline’s in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) offerings.
Under the new partnership, Spafax will be in charge of JetBlue’s IFE selections, both premium and independent.
“We’re excited that JetBlue, which is renowned for its customer focus and innovative in-flight entertainment, has decided to partner with us at Spafax, allowing our teams in New York and Orange County to provide our best in class offering of in-flight entertainment,” announced Al St. Germain, senior vice president of Spafax USA.
Jamie Perry, JetBlue’s director of product development, added, “The new partnership with Spafax will help JetBlue offer our customers the best and broadest selection of entertainment onboard, and our new IFE selection and Fly-Fi portal will provide an endless choice of options, no matter what you like.”
JetBlue’s new Live TV 4 platform, which is currently offered on the airline’s Airbus A321 aircraft, is due to be rolled out on the entire fleet early next year. It offers 8 films as well as more than 100 channels of DirecTV and SiriusXM radio each.