Monday, January 17, 2022

Jambojet introduces In-Flight Entertainment for passengers

Jambojet has announced it is introducing in-flight entertainment (IFE) services for its passengers. The service is done in partnership with Global Onboard Partners, and will enable its customers to access content through their mobile and electronic devices like laptops through a wireless network only available within the aircraft.

“Passengers spend an average 1 hour on the flight. The in-flight entertainment system will feature Jambojet Destination Explorer and also have videos, games, and reading material to keep them entertained, informed and engaged during the flight”, said Karanja Ndegwa, Managing Director and CEO, Jambojet.

“The in-flight entertainment service also offers an opportunity for corporates and other potential advertisers to promote their goods and services on the platform through video or static image placement,” the CEO adds.  

Jambojet currently flies to seven local destinations namely Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisumu, Malindi, Lamu and Ukunda (Diani) from its hub in Nairobi. The airline also flies to Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

With exclusive offers, rewards, and dynamic maps to help passengers find the best places to stay, food to eat and attractions to visit, passengers can use Jambojet Destination Explorer to make the most out of their travel experience and see the best of each incredible destination in Jambojet’s network. 

About the new partnership, Global Onboard Partners CEO Kirk Adams says, “Today, we warmly welcome Jambojet as our latest airline partner.  Jambojet is an innovative, forward thinking and a digitally focused airline that flies to some of the most popular destinations in Kenya.” 

Mr Adams continued, “Our innovative platform has been designed to provide a win-win for everyone through the delivery of destination experiences and special offers to passengers, through important new revenue streams to airlines and at the same time, providing greater access to tourism and hospitality partners to participate at affordable prices and receive direct contact with passengers.”

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