Some of the modern features that Rockwell Collins has put into airplanes are not just for the pilots - many of them are found right in the cabin. In this age of technology, gone are the days of reading a newspaper or being forced to talk to that stranger sitting next to you on your flight. Whether you’re a movie buff, into the latest breaking news, or you just want to stay connected to others while you’re high in the sky, Rockwell Collins has you covered. Their in-flight entertainment systems are found on many single- and twin-aisle aircrafts, while their business jets offer a way to stay connected to your office even when you can’t be there.
Rockwell Collins’ Tailwind brand family of Airborne satellite television systems allow the passengers to watch in comfort no matter where the destination is. Whether it’s a quick flight to Vegas or a trip to the other side of the world, passengers are able to watch the most up-to-date content on their voyages. The cabin displays are energy-efficient and appear on crystal clear screens. They are available in 15-, 17- and 21.3-inch models to provide for different cabin configurations. In an age where people are more connected than ever, Rockwell Collins’ connectivity products allow travelers to never have to miss a Tweet or the latest breaking news. Plus, their large network of support centers assure that you are never too far from the most customer-focused support team in the industry.
With so many different connectivity options available, passengers now have the power to turn their plane into a theater or an office. Rockwell Collins’ goal is to make your flight as personalized and as comfortable as possible—truly making you your own captain.
Rockwell Collins was founded in 1933 and is one of the largest avionics and information technology companies in the United States. With over 20,000 employees, the Cedar Rapids-based company primarily caters its services and systems to aircraft manufacturers and government agencies.