Cabin crew tablet start-up MI Airline receives backing from the Mainport Innovation Fund, backed by both corporates and universities.

Mainport Innovation Fund, founded by airline KLM, the Delft University of Technology, banking firm Rabobank, and airport management firm Schiphol Group, has backed MI Airline.

The start-up, founded in 2010, is a developer of the connected crew tablet platform, designed to support airline cabin crews during flights. It is the second investment in MI Airline, however, the terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Job Heimerikx, chief executive at MI Airline, said: “At the front-end we strive to be the…

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