Flight Display Contributes To Flying Theater

Aviation International News » November 2010
November 5, 2010, 11:21 AM

Flight Display Systems has gone Hollywood, in a manner of speaking. To be more specific, the Alpharetta, Ga.-based cabin entertainment specialist ­provided a 42-inch, high-definition, LCD ­widescreen monitor for the recently ­completed Gulfstream III cabin of a Hollywood producer.

According to Flight Display, the unidentified producer is using the sidewall, ­credenza-mounted monitor and multiple Blu-ray video players “to screen films and review his various productions.”

The “Flying Theater,” as well as Flight Display’s new Select cabin ­management system, was installed by independent completion and refurbishment specialist International Jet Interiors of Ronkonkoma, N.Y., as part of a major cabin upgrade.
Flight Display has also recently unveiled plans for an iPad mount. “With so many ­millions of iPhones, iPads and iPods sold, it should come as no surprise that more
and more passengers are carrying their ­preferred media into the cabin,” said ­director of international sales Nick Gray.

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