OWG, the new scheduled carrier to the South that launched a few weeks ago by Nolinor, is partnering with Bluebox Aviation Systems to deploy the portable wireless streaming platform, Bluebox Wow, in its Boeing 737 aircraft fleet.
“In the current climate, so much focus is rightly on passenger safety on board. But when we announced OWG, I said our goal is to get travellers excited again,” said Marco Prud’Homme, President of OWG and Nolinor Aviation. “With Bluebox Wow offering movies and other entertainment, passengers can look forward to their time on board being a relaxing and enjoyable experience.”
And Kevin Clark, CEO of Bluebox, added:
“Every new deployment is positive for us but this one is particularly special given the state of our industry this year – being part of a new airline intent on providing passengers an exceptional experience on board as they head off to much-anticipated holidays in the sun is very exciting."
Bluebox Wow will deliver IFE content, such as app-free DRM movies and TV as well as a moving map, wirelessly to passengers’ own devices.
OWG to Cuba in November
OWG will make its first flights in November south to Cuba.
Over the summer, the airline partnered with Caribe Sol and Hola Sun to serve Cuba, with vacation destinations like Cayo Coco, Holguin, Santa Clara and Varadero, from Montreal and Toronto.
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