Beginning December 15, fliers will have access to five YouTube channels via VirginOs in-flight video entertainment system.
What does VES stand for?
VES stands for Video Entertainment System
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- Ventilation, Entry and Search (fire rescue strategy)
- Ventrikuläre Extrasystole (German: Ventricular Extrasystole; cardiology)
- Veolia Environmental Services (Veolia Environnement)
- Vertical Electric(al) Sounding(s)
- Vesicular Exanthema of Swine
- Veterinary Emergency Service (various locations)
- Vichy Elementary School (California)
- Video Editing Software (various companies)
- Video Enforcement System (electronic toll collection)
- Village Extension Scheme (Sudan)
- Vineland Elementary School (Florida)
- Violation Enforcement System (toll collection)
- Virginia Episcopal School (Lynchburg, VA)
- Virtual Education Space (Massachusetts Department of Education)
- Virtual Execution System (computer programming)
- Visual Effects Society
- Visual Encounter Survey (amphibians)
- Vitamin E Succinate
- Voluntary Euthanasia Society
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The larger A330 aircraft will also provide passengers in every seat in Business and Economy Class with a fully interactive personal audio and video entertainment system.
Our new ML-2251HLT and ML-3252HLT TV/DVD combinations address the desire of our customers to have a complete, portable video solution that can be used to bring video entertainment into places that are too small for traditional video entertainment systems such as in dorm rooms and bedrooms, and even to locations such as kitchen and bathroom counter tops.
The company closed its 225-employee factory in 2002, after several automakers canceled large orders for Rosen's screens used in back-seat video entertainment systems.
As a sign of the upmarket buyers Ford expects the 2001 SuperCrew to attract, the company will offer a video entertainment system as an option.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Aircraft manufacturer Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) has announced that it has delivered the first Next-Generation 737 equipped with an in-seat video entertainment system, manufactured by Panasonic and Thales.