Articles tagged “in-flight entertainment”

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Are the Skies Ready for Fully Immersive 3-D Passenger Entertainment?

Are the Skies Ready for Fully Immersive 3-D Passenger Entertainment?

Marisa Garcia, Skift

No airline in its right mind would put these devices on the right heads. The passengers who most need to escape their surroundings aren’t flying in first class, and HMDs in Economy just won’t fly.

5 years ago

Global Passengers More Willing to Pay for In-Flight Wi-Fi Than U.S. Flyers

Global Passengers More Willing to Pay for In-Flight Wi-Fi Than U.S. Flyers

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Paid or free, people want to be able to chose whether to connect. But we're surprised that 42% of passengers surveyed in the U.S. wanted mobile voice. Considering boisterous objections by U.S. travellers to calls onboard, we would have expected this number to be much lower.

5 years ago

The 19 Passenger Types You’ll Meet on Your Next Flight

The 19 Passenger Types You’ll Meet on Your Next Flight

Marisa Garcia, Skift

It’s a comfort to know that the EU takes this passenger experience stuff seriously.

5 years ago

New In-Flight Entertainment May Make It Harder For Airlines to Bore Us

New In-Flight Entertainment May Make It Harder For Airlines to Bore Us

Marisa Garcia, Skift

"PAX" is not Latin for peace--it's aviation-speak for passenger. But the right IFE product could bring peace to the PAX cabin, psychologists say.

5 years ago