WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. and MOSCOW, May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Row 44, Inc., provider of the world's leading In-Flight Broadband Entertainment Ecosystem, announced today that Transaero Airlines, Russia's first private airline, will soon enable its passengers to enjoy broadband Internet access and innovative in-flight services aboard the company's narrow-body and 767 fleets.
Transaero selected Row 44's broadband entertainment platform to deliver a wide variety of in-flight services – ranging from true broadband Internet access to live television, e-commerce, video on demand, and bookable destination services. All services will be accessible through the passenger's own Wi-Fi devices across the airline's routes within and from Russia to North America, the Caribbean, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.
"This is an exceptionally exciting time for Transaero and for our customers," said Alexander Krinichansky, First Deputy General Director and Executive Director. "We are most pleased to be able to deploy such innovative services for the enjoyment of our customers. Row 44's services are a great complement to the superior-quality experience for which Transaero is well known."
"We are honored that Transaero has selected Row 44 to deliver its customers a uniquely innovative in-flight broadband entertainment experience," said Travis Christ, Row 44's Chief Marketing & Sales Officer. "Row 44 always seeks to work with the most innovative airlines, and Transaero continues to demonstrate its leadership in innovation. We are pleased to support Transaero in creating an unparalleled broadband entertainment experience to its customers wherever they fly."
About Row 44, Inc.
Row 44, Inc. provides the world's leading in-flight broadband entertainment ecosystem for commercial airlines. The company's flying Wi-Fi hotspot — which delivers the world's fastest aviation broadband speeds to passengers — provides airlines with an unmatched selection of revenue-generating and experience-enhancing entertainment, shopping and destination services. The company is partnering with airlines around the world, including world-renowned Southwest Airlines and 2009 Market Leadership Award recipient Norwegian Air Shuttle, to deliver a series of truly remarkable products to improve the commercial flying experience. For more information, visit www.row44.com.
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