Panasonic to provide A350 XWB entertainment, communication systems

  • 10-Feb-2010 02:45 EST
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The Airbus A350 XWB cabin will feature Panasonic in-flight entertainment and communication systems, including television, phone, and Internet service.

Airbus selected Panasonic Avionics Corp. as a provider of in-flight entertainment and communication (IFEC) systems for its A350 XWB. Panasonic's IFEC solutions offer passengers full-cabin audio and video on demand, in-flight mobile phone service, full Internet access, and global television broadcasting of live news and sports. Panasonic also offers airline-specific services such as onboard advertising and usage statistic monitoring.

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