In-Flight Entertainment

In 1921, Aeromarine Airways offered the first in-flight movie, “Howdy Chicago,” to its passengers as they flew around Chicago. Inflight entertainment has come a long way since then.

Now you can listen to your favorite music via your XM or Sirius radio through the stereo intercom or even wireless headsets. You can watch the latest release on your Blu-Ray DVD player and High Definition LCD monitors. You can call anywhere in the world using your on-board Iridium Satellite Phone. Or you can simply plug your iPod into its dock and listen to music or watch the videos stored within it. Moving maps charting the aircraft flight plan, or video from on-board cameras can also be viewed. Soon there will be an affordable satellite television available for you airplane.

These systems are no longer just for cabin class aircraft, but can also fit nicely into a Skylane, Stationair or Caravan. LCD monitors are available in sizes ranging from 5 – 42 inches with HD available for monitors 17 inches and larger. They can be mounted on swivel arms, drop down from the ceiling or slide out of the arm rest. With Wipaire’s avionics and interior shops working together, we can complete a seamless installation.