February 6 2013  |  Inflight Entertainment

IFP renews entertainment agreement with American Airlines

By Maryann Simson


IFP, supplier of  integrated, end-to-end passenger entertainment services has renewed its multi-year agreement with American Airlines.

While financial terms of the new agreement are confidential, IFP looks forward to continuing to service the airline’s international and domestic flights with an array of movies, video and audio content for its overhead and traditional seatback in-flight entertainment systems, as well as for the company’s cutting edge Samsung Galaxy Tab™ Android platform tablets, which are provided on select international and transcontinental flights.

IFP content allows passengers to enjoy popular casual games on the airline’s in-seat entertainment systems and Galaxy tablets through an additional agreement signed with IFP’s sister company DTI Software.

“We are thrilled to accompany an industry leader like American Airlines in its progressive strategy to enhance the passenger experience through exceptional and compelling content services,” commented Walé Adepoju, Executive Director of IFP and DTI Software said.

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