Interjet to line-fit Panasonic eXO IFEC


Mexico City-based Interjet has opted for Panasonic Avionics’ eXO IFE and wi-fi connectivity systems for its fleet of Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. The initial aircraft – an A321 NEO – will be delivered from Airbus in November 2017, and will be the first aircraft to be line-fit with Panasonic connectivity by the OEM.

Julio Gamero, CCO of Interjet stated, “We will now offer our passengers a high definition theater-like entertainment experience with high-speed connectivity services that will keep them connected and productive. This is truly a fantastic milestone for Interjet.”

Hideo Nakano, CEO of Panasonic Avionics Corporation, added, “Panasonic has provided Interjet with IFE solutions since 2010 and this announcement is testament to the ongoing partnership. eXO provides a lightweight and fully integrated system that gives high-growth airlines like Interjet the opportunity to scale the technology as necessary. With the powerful combination of broadband wi-fi and market-leading inflight entertainment, Interjet will be able to enhance the onboard experience for its passengers.”

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