How do you occupy your time when you fly? Are you someone who takes a nap the entire flight? Do you catch up on paperwork from the office? Or, do you spend the entire flight catching up on movies or television shows that you have missed. Whether you are on a flight that uses overhead monitors or you are on a flight where every passenger has an individual monitor in the back of a seat, aircraft display systems provide necessary safety information to passengers, air shows and movies that you may not have had time to watch before, and offer an entertaining distraction to the hours you are in the air.
Although many passengers board a plane with the goal of reading a favorite book or catching a little or a long nap, a significant number of travelers make use of the aircraft display systems.
Aircraft Interior Products Help Provide Needed Safety Information
Between the flight attendants, the video, and the safety cards, airline do everything they can to make sure that passengers are will informed about what to do in case of an emergency. In addition to the safety demonstrations that take place at the beginning of a flight, aircraft display systems can also be used to show passengers the status of their flight and the progress that it is making on its route. From existing weather conditions at your destination to other important message that the pilot or the flight crew wants to provide, these over the head or back of the seat monitors provide essential information.
In Flight Entertainment Systems Show Current Movies and Favorite Television Shows
As many as 78% of flights are taken for leisure purposes. In the absence of trying to prepare for a meeting on a business trip, many travelers enjoy the opportunity to watch reruns of their favorite television shows or watch a movie that they may have missed in the theaters. Without the interruptions of being at work or at home, travelers often have more time than they every get to watch shows while they are flying across the country to their favorite destinations.
Entertaining Videos Can Keep You Distracted While Your Fly Systems
It should come as no surprise that many travelers want a distraction when they are in the air. For many, this distraction is often games and puzzles on a phone, tablet, or computer. In fact, 25% of respondents would choose one airline over another if it offered WiFi, according to TripAdvisor’s 2013 Air Travel Survey. Having a way to avoid the stress of talking to strangers or just a way to reach a high score on one of your favorite games, WiFi access is the way that many people keep themselves both calm and occupied when they travel by plane.