Case Studies

airBaltic

airBlatic jetLatvia’s national airline, airBaltic, have been running live trials of our iPad based in-flight entertainment system since May 2011. Each iPad2 comes with a range of movies in English and Russian, plus a selection of TV Shows, Music and Games.

Available free-of-charge to passengers in Business Class, passengers in Economy have the option to rent an iPad for the flight.

Last December, airBaltic announced that they had passed the milestone of 30,000 hours per month of iPad usage.

APEX’s Will Horton quotes airBaltic’s VP of Communications Janis Vanags at AIX Hamburg:

Offering Apple iPads as rentable inflight entertainment devices has helped boost airBaltic’s average ancillary revenue per passenger by 20 per cent…

 

Visit airBaltic online.

 

Air Europa

Air Europa image (c) Wikipedia user Biggerben - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:EC-JHK_in_skyteam_livery.jpgFlying from its Madrid hub to destinations across Latin America, Air Europa has deployed the iPad2 in Business Class on selected aircraft as of March 2012. Each iPad2 is pre-loaded with  early window movies from Warner Bros., a selection of TV shows, Music, Games and a library of Books in English and Spanish.

Visit Air Europa online.

 

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