Caribbean Airlines to deploy Bluebox Wow on B737-800 fleet

Kevin Clark, CEO, Bluebox.
Kevin Clark, CEO, Bluebox.

Caribbean Airlines is to deploy Bluebox Aviation Systems’ portable wireless streaming platform, Bluebox Wow, across its Boeing B737-800 fleet for routes across the Caribbean and North and South America.

Bluebox says Wow will enhance Caribbean Airlines’ in-flight service by delivering ‘Caribbean View’ – a free in-flight entertainment service streamed to passengers’ own devices.

The content will include blockbuster movies, television programmes, games, magazines and other Caribbean content.

Garvin Medera, Chief Executive Officer, Caribbean Airlines, said:  “Caribbean Airlines is focused on enhancing the customer experience, and we are excited to introduce ‘Caribbean View’ as part of our in-flight entertainment package.

“The wireless service will be free to all Caribbean Airlines passengers and the platform gives us the quality we want to deliver, in a flexible solution that fits our service upgrade plans.”

Kevin Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Bluebox, said: “We’re extremely pleased that Caribbean Airlines has selected Bluebox Wow for engaging its passengers.

“Bluebox Wow offers a powerful and flexible proposition that will ensure Caribbean Airlines can deliver a fresh and vibrant service that is extremely easy for passengers to access, two things we know are important to an engaging IFE service.”

The portable wireless streaming platform provides content streamed to passenger devices in any aircraft cabin, providing the capability of storing up to 1.6 terabytes of film, TV, audio, games and other digital content.

The company says that with a remarkably low cost of ownership, it is a discrete, portable, lunchbox-sized unit. Stowed securely in overhead bins, each box’s single, swappable rechargeable battery delivers up to 15 hours of simultaneously streamed video content.

The units will be deployed across the Caribbean Airlines fleet of 12 Boeing B737-800 aircraft, on flights of more than two hours and above 10,000 feet.

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