Charter and leisure airline Wamos will bring in-flight entertainment on board. The carrier announced an agreement with Moment to deploy the Flymingo streaming IFE kit on a pair of A330s.
The Flymingo Box will support our business model, helping satisfy passengers and allowing us to gain their trust.– Javier Senent Sansegundo, Continuous Airworthiness Manager at Wamos
Wamos chose the Flymingo wireless system n large part owing to its customer-oriented portal, MOOD – Modular Open On Demand, offering entertainment content (newspapers, movies, podcasts, TV series, games, etc.) tailored to Hispanic travelers and services. Moment also provides a Crew Application that facilitates cabin operations, allowing them to monitor and manage the service.
This portable wireless IFE server is positioned in the overhead bin with no STC requirement. It is powered by the aircraft.
“Our growth strategy is based on the development of new routes, but also on an enhanced relationship with passengers. We are committed to demonstrating excellence and constantly improving the passenger experience, from start to finish,” says Javier Senent Sansegundo, Continuous Airworthiness Manager at Wamos. “This cost-efficient W-IFE solution was selected due to its ability to easily provide entertainment services without complex technical installation An important point regarding our airline partners.”
“The development of passenger experience of Wamos Air is meaningful for the airline and we are proud to contribute and to provide the Flymingo Box system aboard their aircraft,” explains Yves Laffiché, CCO of Moment. “We have developed this wireless system with advanced components to easily enable all airlines, whatever their size, to offer an intuitive passenger experience rich in customized content and services, for a unique journey.”
Wamos Air operates regular flights as well as leasing its aircraft from various companies, such as Royal Air Maroc, Finnair, Air Algérie, Corsair, Air Austral, Air Caraïbes or Air France, as part of charter contracts.
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