OCTOBER 19, 2010 – Booth #1335 NBAA 2010 – Flight Display Systems, the leading manufacturer of in-flight entertainment hardware for business aircraft, today introduced the industry’s first iPad Arm Mount upgrade. Passengers can watch movies, play games, and even share their iTunes library across the aircraft cabin speaker system.
• Part Number: FDARM-IPD. Price: TBD. Available: December 2010.
• Removable arm mount is a drop-in replacement for hundreds of existing Flight Display Systems products that have been installed on Gulfstream, Falcon, Hawker, Challenger, Pilatus, and Citation aircraft.
• Most popular customer upgrade will be from 5” or 7” LCD to new iPad mount. The Apple iPad features a 9.7” touchscreen LCD. It can store games, movies, and music. (iPad not included)
“An easy to install iPad Arm Mount has been the most-requested new product from our customers,” said David Gray, President of Flight Display Systems. “With almost 10 million iPads sold in 2010, we see this as a massive shift towards carry-on in-flight entertainment.”
Live Demo at NBAA 2010 Press Conference
10:00 am Oct 19th, 2010 in Room B207
ABOUT FLIGHT DISPLAY SYSTEMS
Flight Display Systems is the leading manufacturer of retrofit cabin entertainment equipment. The company manufactures more than 70 aircraft products with FAA PMA approval. This includes passenger Moving Map computers, LCD Monitors (5" to 52"), monitor mounts, iPod docking stations, Blu-ray and DVD players, Glareshield Flight Cameras, Satellite TV antennas, and the new Select Cabin Management System. Flight Display Systems was established in 1999 and is located in Alpharetta, Georgia.