AirFi Indonesia: Innovative Solutions in the AirBusiness
AirFi Indonesia, the pioneers of wireless IFE & EPOS systems in the aviation industry, provides the most sophisticated and flexible InFlight Entertainment & Mobile Crew Sale Solutions to different passenger travel segments.
AirFi Indonesia has inked deals with home-based airlines, Sriwijaya and NAM Air. AirFi Portable Wireless IFE solutions meet the highest operational standards. Fit for purpose hardware meeting the stringent regulatory and tough operational restrictions of the airline market.
The AirFi system offers an instant WiFi network for hand held devices, laptops, notebooks and tablets across all operating software available. No expensive or restrictive mobile app technology is needed to access content.
AirFi systems enhance the onboard digital experience with movies, TV shows, games and magazines plus other exciting features like on-board chat and Instagram.
The AirFi content is available in multiple languages. Content shown is based on flight details and passenger credentials.
AirFi offers extensive digital advertising opportunities together with its advertising partners. Combining inflight ads, both static and via interactive video, it provides an opportunity for advertisers to target specific routes and passenger demographics.
AirFi Indonesia operates under PT. Dua Surya Dinamika, an Indonesian Entity headed by Satish Mahtani.
“I’m thrilled to announce the signing of our first two AirFi Indonesia client airlines. Sriwijaya is Indonesia’s third largest airline, operating an all-Boeing 737 fleet of 40 aircraft. NAM Air is the feeder airline subsidiary of Sriwijaya, operating a fleet of 10 Boeing 757 and 5 ATR turboprops. Both airlines are now gearing up to launch the passenger-centric AirFi wireless IFE streaming platform and crew-centric Connected Crew onboard retailing EPOS system.” Satish Mahtani, AirFi Indonesia’s Managing Director, said.
“AirFi Indonesia will rapidly assist airlines to monetise time on board while providing exquisite entertainment to Indonesian passengers”, Satish added, noting that there will be more agreements with other arlines soon.