The airline Singapore Airlines have to calm outraged passengers were observed to Board by cameras. In a Thursday statement released, the company said that the small cameras that are installed in newer machines next to the screen of the inflight Entertainment system at every seat, be in operation, and not the passengers during the flight should monitor.
Just found this interesting sensor looking at me from the seat back on the board of Singapore Airlines. Any expert opinion of whether this is a camera? Perhaps @SingaporeAir could clarify how it is used? pic.twitter.com/vy0usqruZGVitaly Kamluk (@vkamluk) February 17, 2019
on social media had expressed a passengers on the flight line with their displeasure because they felt spied on by the cameras. "I've just discovered an interesting Sensor that looks at me from the back of the front seat," wrote one passenger on Twitter. Another called on the airline on Twitter, "to inform all the passengers and asking for your permission" to let cameras observe.
The manufacturer have installed the cameras "for future uses," said Singapore Airlines. "We have no plans, these cameras."
Hi there, these cameras on our newer IFE system were provided by the original equipment manufacturers. We have no plans to enable or develop any features using the cameras.— Singapore Airlines (@SingaporeAir) February 19, 2019
Created: 21.02.2019, 12:02 PM