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Bluebox Wow’s list of customers continues to grow after South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air announced it will offer the wireless in-flight entertainment platform on 39 narrow-body aircraft.

Jeju Air has decided to deploy the Bluebox Wow portable wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) across its fleet of Boeing 737-800s, following a trial in late 2018. The lunchbox-sized units can be stowed inside overhead bins and deliver content including movies, TV shows, audio and games than can be streamed wirelessly to passengers’ mobile devices, accessible through any web browser.

The new IFE service is free of charge for passengers on board 10 of the South Korean low-cost carrier’s aircraft on flights between Incheon Airport and destinations including Bangkok, Guam, Saipan, Vientiane, Hong Kong, Macau, Kota Kinabalu and Da Nang. Bluebox Wow is scheduled to be rolled out to a total of 39 aircraft by April.

“We’ve watched as Jeju Air has expanded its reach across Asia and how they innovate in so many areas, so it is an honor to be part of their growth story,” – Kevin Clark, CEO, Bluebox Aviation

“We are excited to welcome Jeju Air to the growing list of airlines flying with Bluebox Wow,” said Kevin Clark, CEO, Bluebox Aviation. “We’ve watched as Jeju Air has expanded its reach across Asia and how they innovate in so many areas, so it is an honor to be part of their growth story, and more importantly, that they’ve put their trust in Bluebox to enhance their passenger experience on board.”

Bluebox Aviation also said it has obtained the “KC Mark” for Bluebox Wow, a mandatory certification required for all electrical and electronic products entering South Korea, which verifies safety as well as Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Frequency requirements.

Other Bluebox Wow customers include Vistara, Loftleidir Icelandic, Air Astana, Air Inuit, Solaseed Air, Cobalt Air and Caribbean Airlines.