-IFE Services to design user interface for Thomson Airways' Dreamliner entertainment system.
In-flight entertainment provider IFE Services said it will develop the user interface that passengers will use to enjoy the entertainment available on Thomson's new fleet of 787s due to start long-haul flying in May 2013.
IFE Services said that it has been selected by Thomson Airways to develop the in-flight entertainment user interface for the airline's new fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
The company said it is designing the user interface that will allow passengers to easily select content including movies, TV shows, music albums, games and destination films from the comfort of their seats.IFE Services already currently meets of all of Thomson Airways' in-flight entertainment needs for the airline's fleet.
IFE Services supplies a range of services to enable its clients to provide a first class entertainment experience to passengers. They include movies, TV programmes, audio channels, sleep and relaxation applications, safety and destination films, portable entertainment systems, onboard publications and AVOD technical support and management.
The company's headquarters are in Cheshire, UK with regional offices located in Madrid, Singapore, Johannesburg, Santiago and Irvine, California.
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