Knutsford, Cheshire, UK | October 23, 2013– Leading in-flight entertainment provider, IFE Services, a subsidiary of Global Eagle Entertainment (NASDAQ:ENT), announced today that it is supplying Singapore Airlines with Korean movies.

In addition to providing Singapore Airlines with new releases each month, IFE Services will supply a diverse mix of internationally acclaimed classic, family and art house movies. The movies will be available to customers in all classes through KrisWorld, Singapore Airlines’ award-winning Audio Video On-Demand (AVOD) in-flight entertainment system.

The Korean film industry came of age in the late 1990’s supported strongly by the Korean Film Council. The 1999 movie ‘Shiri, the country’s first blockbuster, was tremendously successful in South Korea proving more popular there than ’Titanic’ and generating more funding and interest in domestically produced films. Although the domestic market is the main consumer of home grown productions, the appeal of Korean movies stretches much further afield to China, Japan and many other countries within the South East Asia region.

This agreement between the two companies strengthens an already strong relationship with IFE Services being a long-term supplier of Japanese movies to Singapore Airlines.

– Available every quarter, ‘IFE Insight’ includes useful facts and figures about the IFE industry in an interesting and engaging way.

Knutsford, Cheshire, UK | February 28, 2013– IFE Services launched the first infographic for the in-flight entertainment (IFE) industry today.

Named ‘IFE Insight’, the infographic includes visual representations of useful facts and figures from around the IFE world in an interesting and engaging way. Some of the hot IFE topics covered include ancillary revenues, Wi-Fi connectivity, passenger behaviour, forthcoming entertainment content and the use of different types of personal electronic devices (PEDs) in-flight.

The infographic shows some staggering statistics such as the $22.64b spent by airline passengers on ancillary revenues last year and the $1.5b predicted to be spent on in-flight connectivity services by 2015. The proliferation of personal electronic devices (PEDs) is evident with 82% of airline passengers globally taking a smartphone onboard and 19% an eReader such as a Kindle.

“We continually research the major trends taking place within the IFE industry so that we can provide our airline clients with accurate and relevant information at all times,” said Andy McEwan, CEO of IFE Services. “We wanted to share some of our findings with the wider IFE community and hope that IFE professionals around the world will find our infographic useful.”

To download the ‘IFE Insight’ infographic visit:

Knutsford, Cheshire, UK | January 24, 2013– IFE Services announced today that it has been selected by Maldivian Airlines as its content service provider.

The leading in-flight entertainment specialist will supply the airline with a selection of popular TV shows for the fleet’s overhead mainscreen IFE systems. In addition, IFE Services will deliver original production work such as idents which will feature between shorts programmes and also a safety film which will be produced in English and Dhiveli, the main language of the country.

Maldivian Airlines is the national airline of the Maldives. Based in the capital city, Male, the airline operates both inter-island and international flights, mainly to the Indian sub-continent.