12.20.2007 12:00 AM
Air India Looks to Offer In-Flight Television
A report in the Mumbai, India-based Daily News and Analysis notes that the Indian national airline, Air India, has issued a tender for satellite television and radio services aboard its new fleet of Boeing 777 long-haul aircraft.

The tender calls for a satellite system that integrates with the existing in-flight entertainment system to provide live radio and television services at each traveller's seat.

Air India is slated to take delivery of 23 Boeing 777-200LR and 777-300ER aircraft next year.


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