Gulf Air upgrades in-flight entertainment system

Victoria
By Victoria September 28, 2011 10:14

Gulf Air upgrades in-flight entertainment system

Goodrich Corporation has been selected by Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air to provide high density video reproducer units (VRU) to upgrade the airline’s Airbus A330 fleet in-flight entertainment system. Installation of the VRUs is expected to begin in the fourth quarter, 2011 and continue through 2012.

The Goodrich VRUs are direct plug-and-play replacement units for the airline’s current Hi-8 film-driven video reproducers. These new high-density file servers provide up to 40 hours of video and entertainment content, including “early window” movies that are not yet available for general distribution. By replacing only the obsolete Hi-8 playback units, an airline makes use of its existing aircraft infrastructure while providing greatly enhanced video to customers at a minimum cost.

Victoria
By Victoria September 28, 2011 10:14
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