The following report is research on the latest trend in In-Flight Entertainment System in the Airbus A380. Airline Entertainment Systems Report
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The In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems are becoming a much more vital part of the air travelling experience. The In-Flight Entertainment system is used to satisfy the customers during their travelling experience. Without the system, customers will become unsatisfied and will lose interest in travelling with a company which serves a poor In-Flight Entertainment system. For the In-Flight Entertainment system to be successful the customers must be satisfied with what they are getting and they must feel safe using it. With the customers satisfied with it, they will be more comfortable with using the system and even more comfortable with the aircraft itself. With all of the advances in technology on the In-Flight Entertainment system, customers will be able to take full control of their entertainment experience. The one aircraft which has demonstrated that it carries the high quality In-Flight Entertainment system, it would be the Airbus A380. The A380 is a newer model of Airbus but already shows the potential of being the ultimate entertainment aircraft. To begin with, the aircraft to be used needs to be as safe as it could possibly be. The safety of the passengers on the aircraft is the highest priority, every system must be checked to be safe and this is no different to the In-Flight Entertainment system. In the past, reports have been written on the faults of other aircraft carriers. Gary Stroller reports that ‘Airline maintenance workers filed nearly 400 reports of difficulty with the systems to the Federal Aviation Administration during the past 10 years’ (Stroller 2009, Para. 5). There have been problems caused by the In-Flight Entertainment System like hearing loud noise coming from the TV’s or smoking appearing from an entertainment box...
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