“We are happy to partner again with Panasonic Avionics. MEA’s new aircraft is equipped with its state-of-the-art inflight entertainment systems including WiFi connectivity for the first time, reflecting the company’s ambition to provide customers with the best products the industry has to offer,” said Mohamad El Hout, Chairman – Director General of MEA.
The A321neos will will be linefitted with Panasonic’s eX1 seatback IFE solution, designed specifically for narrowbody aircraft.
Upon delivery from July 2020 onwards, the first 9 A321neos will become the first connected aircraft to join MEA’s fleet.
MEA’s A321neos will also be fitted with Panasonic’s inflight Wi-Fi service, with a host of next generation connectivity benefits from fast internet to video streaming, all powered by its new satellite modem which offers bandwidth up to twenty times greater than previously available.
Panasonic’s eX1 offers provides full HD seatback monitors, complete with touch displays and handsets, and an intuitive, personalized interface.
Passengers will have access to USB and laptop charging power points at every seat as well.
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