NBAA Convention News

Jet Jukebox Inflight Movies Via Wi-Fi Prove Popular

 - October 23, 2013, 7:00 PM

David Gray, CEO and founder of Flight Display Systems (Booth N3124), said here at NBAA 2013 that his company has delivered some 30 to 40 Jet Jukebox HD multimedia players with a wireless router to operators. “Our vision is all about wireless,” he said. “People don’t need Internet access all the time, but they do want to use their personal electronic devices.”

Jet Jukebox is basically a website inside the airplane with Wi-Fi access, so it is device agnostic, working with all iOS and Android devices. It streams movies, music and other content to up to eight devices and can store up to 100 movies. Above, the Jet Jukebox is the black box on the right and the router is the box on the left. The Jet Jukebox system costs $29,600.

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