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Paris: Oman Air opts for Avant IFE

Posted 17 June 2015 · Add Comment

Oman Air has selected Thales to deliver its Avant entertainment system for the Muscat carrier's expanding fleet programme, the French technology company said at Le Bourget today.


The announcement covers a total order of 25 aircraft. Sixteen B737, six B787 and three A330s.
The installations will feature the Avant state of the art Android system and Thales award-winning Touch PMU handset. Passengers will have access to a wide selection of on-demand entertainment delivered through a passenger experience interface developed specifically with Oman Air.
Avant has been selected by 19 airlines and more than 130 aircraft are flying with the system and total orders exceed 500 aircraft.
 

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