JAL enhances domestic fleet IFE with Gogo Vision

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Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed a deal with in-flight connectivity company, Gogo, to add Gogo Vision to its entire domestic fleet. The wireless entertainment service is expected to be available beginning in the summer of 2014.

In October 2013, Gogo first announced its partnership with JAL to provide an in-flight Internet service on the airline’s entire domestic fleet, consisting of 77 aircraft. The expansion of services to include Gogo Vision will provide added in-flight benefits, as it enables customers to wirelessly rent and stream IFE content, such as movies and TV shows, from an onboard server to their own wi-fi enabled laptops or tablets, and offers a selection of movies and TV shows from major Hollywood studios. The entertainment can even be continued post-flight, as movies and TV shows will remain accessible for viewing 24 hours after landing.

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