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Ethiopian Airlines selects IMMFLY’S connected digital services & IFE platform

Posted 9 April 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has established a new partnership with Immfly, an on-board digital transformation platform for in-flight e-commerce and on-board connectivity that enables airlines to digitally improve the passenger travel experience.

 

Immfly’s international growth momentum continues as the premium IFE & Connected digital services company gains new territory with the airline that commands the lion’s share of the Pan-African network.

From its hub at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, Ethiopian serves 120 passenger destinations across the globe, out of which over 60 are in Africa. Together with Ethiopian, Immfly will cover an extensive range of destinations across Africa, Europe, North and South America, Middle East & Asia.

Immfly’s Connected Digital Services and Best-in-Class IFE platform will be installed in 20 Ethiopian Airlines aircraft by this summer. The platform will be available in five

languages including English, Amharic, Chinese, French, and Arabic to serve the distinct nationalities in the airline’s demographic profile.

In addition to premium Entertainment and Immfly’s proprietary content modules, Ethiopian will benefit from Immfly Active, a cutting-edge portal, empowering the airline with increased flexibility and autonomy. Immfly Active is a powerful direct access portal enabling airlines to track onboard KPIs, analyse key data and progressively manage a greater number of onboard services for greater competitive advantage.

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO,  Tewolde GebreMariam said: “we are pleased to partner with Immfly’s for in-flight e-commerce and on-board connectivity expertise. This partnership confirms our continued commitment to our strategic vision to consolidate our leadership position on the African in terms of using cutting edge technology for the comfort esteemed passengers onboard our flights. Immfly’s proposition combines a premium IFE experience with a powerful suite of connected digital services core to sustaining a competitive advantage.”

Jimmy M. Korff, Immfly’s co-founder adds: "We are honored to welcome Ethiopian airlines as a customer and partner. This Star Alliance airline boasts one of the most modern fleets worldwide and adheres to some of the highest standards in the industry. It is rightfully the leader in a region which is home to some of the world’s fastest growing economies. Ethiopian’s unrivaled efficiency and growth rate this decade remains an industry reference and we look forward to contributing to Ethiopian Airlines’ continued success.”

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