Thai Airways chooses Images In Motion for exclusive IFE

Images In Motion has been awarded the contract for providing Inflight Entertainment (IFE) content services for Thailand’s flag carrier, Thai Airways.

Images In Motion will be providing a broad range of content across Thai Airway’s fleet. The content catalogue features the latest Hollywood releases, classic movies, Asian movies, and hours of TV programmes, as well as an extensive array of local Thai and Western music.

“Having conducted a comprehensive tender process, we chose Images In Motion because of their strong technical presence and thorough understanding of the Asian content market. We were impressed by their in-depth knowledge of content within the Thailand landscape as well as the regions that Thai services. Furthermore, their content plan and forecasts were all carefully chosen and curated to accommodate to our passenger profile. With this partnership, Thai Airways will be able to enhance our In-Flight Entertainment services to provide our passengers with the best inflight experience,said Kittiphong Sansomboon, executive director of customer & marketing, Thai Airways International.

As a leading CSP in the in-flight entertainment industry, Images In Motion is proud to service Thai Airways and its passengers. All content will be specially curated for Thai Airways, with a personalized selection process based on the understanding of Thai’s passenger profiles.

“IIM is pleased to welcome Thai Airways into our growing client base, and we look forward to servicing all of Thai’s IFE offerings. We are extremely excited and honored that Thai Airways have selected us as their exclusive CSP. Our desire to work together and the mutual aim of making Thai Airways the top-rated fuels our endeavors to offer the latest and greatest content for Thai’s passengers. We look forward to bring onboard Thai Airways the best Inflight Entertainment content for all their passengers to enjoy.

We are delighted to welcome Thai Airways into our family!” said Ong Yong Beng, CEO of Images In Motion.

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