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China Airlines Introduces New Wireless Inflight Entertainment System for Boeing 737-800 Fleet

Taiwan-based China Airlines has introduced the all-new Fantasy Sky Wireless Entertainment System for their fleet of 15 Boeing 737-800s. The system is currently being trialed and will officially be rolled out in 2022.


China Airlines Introduces new Wireless IFE System for Boeing 737-800 Fleet - Courtesy China Airlines

On Monday (November 22, 2021), China Airlines, the Taiwan-based carrier, announced the introduction of a new wireless inflight entertainment (IFE) system for their Boeing 737-800 fleet. The new Fantasy Sky Wireless Entertainment System is currently in trial-run mode and will be rolled out in 2022. Guests will soon be able to use their personal smart devices to enjoy a wide range of multimedia streaming services while inflight. Once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet, customers will be able to connect to the network to enjoy free video-on-demand services for Hollywood blockbusters, select Japanese and Korean films, or popular music selections. Additionally, customers can browse inflight publications such as the Dynasty magazine and Sky Boutique Duty-Free Shopping, or use the interactive interface to check flight information and real-time status.


China Airlines continues to upgrade their cabin offerings with a rich selection of quality services. The new IFE system also reduces contact inside the cabin, for greater peace of mind in the age of the global COVID-19 pandemic. For an optimal audio-visual experience, the airline recommends that guests bring their own headphones and personal smart device.


Founded in 1959, Taiwan-based China Airlines currently serves 159 destinations in 29 countries and territories. The carrier employs 10,919 team members with 9,600 in Taiwan and 1,319 stationed overseas. China Airlines operates a fleet of 83 aircraft including 14 Airbus A350-900s, 23 Airbus A330-300s, 10 Boeing 777-300ERs, 15 737-800s, 18 747-400Fs and three 777Fs.




Source: China Airlines

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