To track the actual position of the aircraft in real-time, ‘seyStream’ comprehensive in-flight entertainment platform will offer a live dynamic 3D moving map display to provide guests an unrivalled interactive travel experience. Guests are also invited to make use of ‘seyStream’ feedback form available on the platform to share their in-flight experience.
To access ‘seyStream’ when on board the aircraft one will need to firstly place their device on flight mode, activate their Wi-Fi icon, open their preferred browser and choose their programme of interest. If the pop up to access ‘seyStream’ does not come up automatically, guests will simply need to insert airfi.aero in their browser.
Remco Althuis Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles said: “As part of our commitment to offer guests greater choice when travelling, we are delighted to introduce ‘seyStream’, our new wireless streaming in-flight entertainment platform across our entire fleet and network as from 1 August.
“Our aim is to simplify the travelling experience of our guests and with ‘seyStream’ we expect to provide an entertainment platform that is of high quality, fast, reliable and easy to use in addition to delivering a sustainable service offering on board the aircraft.
“I am therefore appealing to all guests to bring their own devices that is their laptops, smartphones or tablets including headsets to freely access ‘seyStream’ when travelling with Air Seychelles as from 1 August.
“To enable us to also improve our in-flight entertainment platform we are inviting guests to share their feedback through the survey available on ‘seyStream’ as we value their support in everything that we do.”
To access ‘seyStream’, detailed instructions will be available on a card in the seat pocket on board the aircraft. Guests will be advised by the Cabin Crew when to access the in-flight entertainment platform.