Barcelona, Spain | June 13, 2017–One of their main targets being to provide airlines with new and boosted revenue streams, Immfly’s wireless platform offers a unique over-the-air reception of advertising campaigns pioneered by major labels such as American Express, Halls – from Mondelez – or Vodafone. According to the airline’s preferences and the brands’ strategy, the campaigns can be either online or offline, thereby ranging from Channel Sponsorship or Email Marketing formats, to Samplings. IFE Wireless Solutions are flourishing, and so is Immfly’s year on year revenue, which has increased up to 400%.

“We are thrilled to include partners such as American Express on our advertiser portfolio. The inflight digital advertising industry is growing YoY at a 3 digits speed, which opens great perspective for the future” asserts Samuel Gombervaux, Chief Revenue Officer at Immfly and former Head of Advertising at Google. “Our Immfly platform enables digital advertising interaction where and when others can’t reach. It’s a moment when our audience is relaxed and receptive: during their flight”.

Immfly’s willingness to work with advertising brands also involves Small & Medium Businesses. The latter have the opportunity to promote their services in the platform’s digital travel guides, prospectively attracting new potential customers and enabling passengers to discover high quality experiences when they reach their destination.

According to Jimmy M. von Korff, co-founder of Immfly, “The IFE industry is evolving towards smarter digital services that add value to the passenger’s experience, and as airlines seek to enhance it, they must also identify innovative ways to increase revenue. Via Performance Marketing and Platform Sponsorship, we aim to cover these two needs since we provide airlines with a strong ancillary tool while still enhancing the passenger’s travel experience and ultimately benefiting brands and other third parties”.

– Inflight roaming with AeroMobile now available on all major UK networks

London, UK | July 24, 2013– AeroMobile, the leading inflight mobile phone operator, has confirmed EE as its latest roaming partner. The move gives EE’s 26 million* customers across the UK the option to use their own mobile phones inflight.

AeroMobile already has over 220 agreements with mobile phone operators around the world including O2, Three and Vodafone in the UK.

Now passengers using any of the UK’s main mobile operators can make calls, text or browse online at 30,000ft, simply by connecting to the AeroMobile network.

So far this year, more than 120,000 UK-based passengers have used the AeroMobile service, sending 175,000 text messages and making 25,000 calls.

The AeroMobile service is active on 150 aircraft across nine airlines including Emirates, Etihad, SAS and Virgin Atlantic. All Virgin Atlantic flights between the US and London Gatwick offer the AeroMobile service, as well as selected flights from Manchester and Heathrow. Many flights from the UK to Dubai with Emirates and Etihad’s services from Heathrow to Abu Dhabi also provide AeroMobile connectivity.

“Adding EE to our portfolio of roaming partners opens up inflight connectivity to even more UK passengers,” says Kevin Rogers, CEO of AeroMobile.

“EE joins the three other big operators in the UK in offering mobile customers the option to use their own phones inflight, and with more and more airlines offering the service, we expect to see increasing numbers of passengers opting to stay connected inflight. In fact, our research shows that 70 per cent of travellers would use their mobile inflight if they had the option.”

“So far this year, more than 7,000 flights have flown to or from the UK with the AeroMobile service onboard, and we’re adding more airlines and more routes every month,” continued Rogers.

Passengers who use the service are billed by their mobile phone operator, and prices vary depending on individual contracts. Prices are typically similar to ‘rest of world’ rates, or in some cases, lower.