April 6, 2009 – Alpharetta, Georgia USA – Flight Display Systems, the market leader for retrofit in-flight entertainment equipment, introduced the next generation Jet JukeBox – a High-Definition (HD) media server that allows passengers to enjoy a digital library of DVDs, CDs, and images. This product will be available on May 1st, 2009 for a list price of $6,055. It includes FAA PMA approval.

“Movies are fun for the entire flight,” said David Gray, President of Flight Display Systems. “Now you can keep a perfect digital library of 100 DVDs and never worry about scratching or lost discs.”

The Jet JukeBox is easy to install and requires minimal space requirements. DVD movies viewed over the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) are enhanced with a proprietary upscaling system to give crisp, rich images in 720p and 1080i resolutions.

An aircraft owner could store 100 DVD movies or 500GB of MP3 music on the Jet JukeBox. This product includes a 2-year warranty. For more information, visit www.FlightDisplay.com or call +1 (678) 867-6717.

Every day thousands of aircraft owners enjoy the great value and high quality of Flight Display Systems products. Established in 1999 and located in Alpharetta, Georgia, Flight Display Systems is the leader in developing retrofit cabin entertainment equipment. The company manufactures more than 50 aircraft entertainment products with FAA PMA approval. This includes affordable Moving Map displays, LCD monitors from 7- to 42-inches, wireless audio systems, DVD players, and flight view cameras.