Is there a 4K screen on the plane?

The first Ultra HD 4K screens on board commercial flights will arrive at the end of the year and are from Panasonic.

In the fourth quarter of 2024, Icelandair will be the first airline to offer Ultra HD 4K screens on its planes (Airbus A321 Neo LR) for its passengers. More precisely, these will be the Oled Astrova models from Panasonic Avionics.

Soon Ultra HD 4K Astrova Oled screens from Panasonic Avionics in planes££££

Astrova 4K will then arrive on Qantas' A350-1000 and A330-200, then on Boeing 787 and Airbus A321XLR United Airlines in 2025. Namely, Qatar and Egyptair have also ordered these Panasonic Avionics displays. In detail, Icelandair's screens will be 16'' (41 cm) models in business class and 13'' (33 cm) in economy class. But the Astrova is also available in 19'' (48 cm), 22'' (56 cm), 27'' (107 cm), 37'' (94 cm) and 42'' (107 cm).

HDR10/HDR10+ compatible, multi-channel spatial audio, this 4K Oled screen from Panasonic Avionics is equipped with a 100 W USB-C charging port, Bluetooth compatibility as well as a modular architecture to support various possible improvements desired by airlines over time.