7 ways in-flight entertainment will change in the future, according to the man who makes it

| April 9, 2019

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In-flight entertainment could be introduced on budget airlines flying short-haul routes across Europe such as Easyjet or Ryanair.This is one of the predictions on the future of the passenger experience revealed to Telegraph Travel by David Bartlett, the chief technology officer at Panasonic Avionics – the world’s largest supplier of in-flight entertainment. “Watch this space,” he said, admitting that Panasonic, who currently have their technology fitted in around 15,000 aircraft across 300 airlines, is in conversation with a number of “budget-friendly airlines”.

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