What is In-Flight Advertising?
In-flight advertising is advertising that targets potential consumers aboard an airline.
In-Flight Advertising includes: commercials during in-flight entertainment programming, advertisements in in-flight magazines or on Boarding Passes, ads on seat back tray tables and overhead storage bins.
How does In-Flight Advertising work?
Wi-Fi or Entertainment Consoles
Several airlines offer in-cabin wi-fi systems. In-flight internet service is provided either through a satellite network or an air-to-ground network which allows passengers to connect to live Internet from the individual IFE units or their laptops via the in-flight Wi-Fi access.
Entertainment consoles include large video screen at the front of a cabin, monitors situated every few rows above the aisles, personal televisions (otherwise known as PTVs) and personal seat back monitors.
In-flight entertainment (IFE) refers to the entertainment available to aircraft passengers during a flight. IPTV stands for Internet Protocol TV. Internet Protocol (IP) is a set of standards for addressing and routing data on the Internet.
Wi-Fi for Personal Devices. IPTV Ads: 30 and 60 second commercials inserted. 1.75Million users
per month - gate to gate Wi-Fi portal
MSNBC, Bravo, Discovery, CNBC, HGTV, USA, FX, Fox News, TBS, CNN, ESPN and more.
Seat- backs and Personal Devices - 30 second adverts.
Forced Screen commercials - Home Page & Footer Displays - Boarder pass Branding - In-Flight magazine Placement
32" - 84" screens - 55" Digital posters - Locations include Concourse, Terminals and Gates - Media type include Airport Digital Screens, Airport Format Screens, Digital Walls and Charging Stations.
83 Domestic, Private Airports
42" - 55" Horizontal Screens - Lounge Product Sampling - Wi-Fi card sponsorships - Kids Room Sponsorship - Hot Cup Branding - Luggage tags Branding - VR 30 second spots - Lounge Literature
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