IFEC, Interiors & MRO

 

Panasonic signs in flight entertainment deal with Saudi Arabian Airlines

The announcement follows an earlier order from Saudia, contracting Panasonic to install the eX1 system across the airline’s existing 7 A320 aircraft.

Ruiter new Vice President Operations at Panasonic

Former Zodiac Aerospace executive to take leadership role in reliable and on-time execution of customer and OEM programs

Panasonic Avionics names Bartlett CTO

Panasonic Avionics announced yesterday the appointment of David Bartlett as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Panasonic IFE repair center opens at HAECO in Xiamen

The HAECO Component Overhaul (Xiamen) facility has Original Equipment Manufacturer (“OEM”) dedicated test equipment, and spares support from Panasonic. Technical personnel trained by Panasonic also staff the facility.

Panasonic plans NEXT brand platform for launch in 2020

NEXT is designed transform what the company says is typically rigid entertainment systems into a flexible IFEC platform that is modular and scalable and blends in inflight entertainment technology, connectivity services, and consumer technologies.

Turkish Airlines enhances IFE accessibility

The redesign is based on a study conducted by professional usability and user experience laboratories. The end result is an array of digital entertainment and information options.

TK selects Panasonic for IFEC for 167 narrowbodies

Turkish Airlines has selected Panasonic Avionics Corporation’s eX1 inflight entertainment and communications (IFEC) system and Global Communications Services for its new fleet of narrow body aircraft.

Panasonic and Flight Level Media launch suite of complimentary inflight social media apps

Starting with a Facebook infight posting app that will enable passengers to post unlimited one-directional free messages throughout a flight, the suite will soon include applications for Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter

Panasonic partners with "white hat" hackers on IFE security

HackerOne has helped major companies such as General Motors, Uber, Twitter, Airbnb, DropBox and Adobe identify and fix security vulnerabilities as part of authorized bug bounty and vulnerability coordination programs.

Panasonic and China Telecom extend Ku-band connectivity trial

More than 20 foreign airlines with more than 1,000 aircraft are expected to begin operating connected flights over Chinese airspace.

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