Norse Atlantic Airways has become the last airline to offer in-flight entertainment services in its showrooms provided by Anuvu.
The Norwegian-based airline in Arendal began operating passenger flights on June 20 after it was launched last year by Björn Kös, founder of the Norwegian Air Shuttle. Norse Atlantic Airways operates a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners on routes to destinations in Europe, the US, and eventually plans to expand its operations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Commenting on Anuvu’s announcement as an IFE supplier, Andrew Hodges, Norse Atlantic Airways’ commercial director, described IFE’s premium services as “a vital part of Norse Atlantic’s customers.”
The IFE system supplied by Anuvu will give Scandinavian passengers in flight access to almost 200 movies and TV shows. The IFE selection from Norse Atlantic Airways comes after another recent selection of an airline to connect to Anuva with Southwest Airlines proclaiming it is upgrading some of its aircraft to the new microGEO satellite network, which Anuvu is working on in partnership with Astranis.
“The launch of the airline faces a unique set of unpredictable challenges,” Estibaliz Asyain, senior vice president of media and content at Anuvu, said in a statement published by Anuvu. “So our top priority was to put most of that pressure for in-flight entertainment so the Scandinavian team could focus on launching their airline.”
https://www.aviationtoday.com/2022/06/24/norse-atlantic-airways-flying-anuvu-flight-entertainment-service/ Norse Atlantic Airways operates flights with the Anuvu flight entertainment service