News from the Paris Air Show suggests that Panasonic's "exConnect" in-flight entertainment solution for airlines is now due in September.

Apparently in trials at the moment, the set-up would see passengers not only able to hook-up their iPod and see media on the aeroplane's screen via its graphical user interface, but also do the same with their digital cameras or other USB-equipped devices.

Panasonic says it has five airline customers "committed", so expect to see this towards the front of certain planes from autumn on.