Posted on: 25 March 2012 by Mark Howells
Row 44 has revealed its broadband entertainment solution is now equipped on 250 commercial aircraft operating within North America, Europe and Africa.
Row 44 claims that its in-flight broadband solution is now the only system operating for airlines on the three continents.
"Airlines and their passengers are demanding ever-more bandwidth and broadband services in-flight – from connectivity, to a selection of live television channels, to a library of on-demand movies and TV shows, and more,” commented Row 44’s Chief Commercial Officer, Howard Lefkowitz. “Although several in-flight broadband providers claim to be ‘developing’ global solutions, Row 44 has actually done it.”
Following this announcement, Row 44 will also debut several new broadband entertainment services with its airline partners, including live streaming IPTV, on-demand movies and television episodes, and bookable destination services in cities around the world.