Kenya Airways passengers are in for some good time as they will soon begin to enjoy world-class inflight entertainment to provided by Panasonic Avionics.
The Kenyan carrier has signed a deal with Panasonic Avionics Corporation to provide inflight entertainment (IFE) services and passenger technical solutions for its passengers.
The agreement will see Panasonic equip 24 of the carrier’s aircraft including eFX IFE system on 10 Embraer 190, eX1 on 5 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and eX3 on 9 Boeing 787-8 aircraft.
The world-class IFE systems from Panasonic Avionics will offer Kenya Airways passengers an unrivalled and memorable entertainment experience onboard.
The IFE solutions feature entertainment and productivity tools, destination presentations a moving map, high-definition display technologies and over 700 hours of on-demand entertainment.
The IFE solutions have been customized in consultation with Kenya Airways to deliver optimal IFE spares operations coupled with onsite IFE support for maintenance operations.
Kenya Airways is a leading African airline flying to 53 destinations worldwide including 42 in Africa. Its fleet of 36 is one of the youngest in Africa, including its flagship Boeing 787.