Make your visions fly
More than eighty percent of all passengers prefer an airline that offers Wi-Fi on board over one that does not - thus nearly all passengers want to connect their devices wirelessly to the internet. Furthermore, they expect seatback-mounted in-flight entertainment systems on long-haul flights that provide the performance, features and content they are used to on the ground.
In-flight services have the ability to not only reduce costs and boost productivity, but also to generate ancillary revenue in terms of unexploited cabin retail sales opportunities driven by the trend toward cashless cabins and online duty-free shops. Passengers' in-flight experience is not only influenced by entertainment. What about pre-empting a passenger's needs? Potential ahead-of-time sales cover a series of basic but time-saving applications such as pre-ordering a taxi, booking accommodations, reserving a dinner table at a restaurant, or even arranging some groceries and stocking your fridge while returning from a long trip.