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EMRISE Receives $1.5 Million Order for Electronic Devices to be Used for in-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFE&C) Systems

DURHAM, N.C. Feb. 23, 2011 $1.5 million England

Carmine T. Oliva

As commercial air carriers seek additional revenue sources and strive to increase passenger loads, they are increasingly committed to providing advanced IFE&C services on both short-haul and long-haul aircraft, whereas in the past they focused on installing IFE&C systems on long-haul aircraft.

"Today, airline industry growth and profitability are being driven by increasing passenger traffic, ancillary revenue sources and a range of new revenue generating services such as IFE&C," Oliva said. "The demand for new sources and types of revenue, the interest in providing IFE&C services on short-haul aircraft, and the recent increases in construction of new, more advanced aircraft, is driving growth in the IFE&C market, which in turn helps increase demand for the IFE&C products provided by EMRISE."

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