China Airlines partners with Immfly for IFE
"Passengers can use their personal smart devices such as mobile phones or tablets to connect to the aircraft network. Logging into the network provides access to free video-on-demand services for Hollywood blockbusters, selected Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese films, or popular music selections," said a May 24 press release. "They can also browse inflight publications such as the Dynasty magazine and Sky Boutique Duty-Free Shopping, or use the interactive interface to check flight information and real-time status."
The partnership will also allow China Airlines to move toward a more sustainable and digital cabin solution. The solution will help the airline transition from printed duty free and inflight magazines to a complete digital and paperless cabin.
“The world is moving towards a complete digital ecosystem and at Immfly we aim at bringing disruptive digital solutions to the airlines. This partnership marks our first move in the Asian region and brings W-IFE for the first time in Taiwan with China Airlines. Immfly and China Airlines are both committed towards a digital and sustainable cabin and this partnership is a proof of the the commitment," said Maria Cardenal, General Manager Immfly, in the release.
“The partnership comes at a time when passengers are looking to be part of a digital environment for a better flight experience. With Immfly we want to be at the forefront of this change and we are able to take the necessary steps for a much digital and sustainable inflight solution,” said Jeremy Chang, Vice President, Corporate Development Office of China Airlines.