What happened at AIX 2017?

The Aircraft Interiors Expo shines a spotlight, every year, on the latest innovations, technologies and products for cabin interiors, inflight entertainment and passenger comfort.

And this year, connectivity got all the limelight. After all, it’s transforming passenger experience in the cabin. For Inmarsat, it was a chance to connect with the industry and showcase our own trail-blazing connectivity services.

With the world’s leading aviation industry players all under one roof, connectivity dominated the conversation. Here’s the final round-up…

Here’s the lowdown on what happened at AIX 2017 in Hamburg.

Bring your own device continues to trend...

 

 

But connectivity was what really had everyone talking…

 

Inmarsat announced an agreement with Air Asia...

 

Hosted industry interviews…

 

And after three jam-packed days it was time to pack-up

 

One thing became very apparent at AIX 2017. Whether or not airlines should embrace connectivity is no longer the question. That is going to happen. It’s how they will use it that will now shape the future of connected aviation. 

What passenger offerings, fresh revenue streams and new opportunities can airlines bring to life with reliable, global, high-speed inflight broadband? Watch this space for the latest in ground-breaking aviation connectivity.