Air France interactive in-flight entertainment programme
Wednesday 11, August 2010
Every month, on board its long-haul flights, Air France adds new features to its in-flight entertainment programme. The airline proposes 10 recently-released films and customers can view the trailers on the Air France website prior to departure.
Europe's largest cinema
For its August in-flight entertainment programme, Air France proposes:
A constantly upgraded entertainment programme
Air France proposes some 600 hours of entertainment on close to 33,000 screens. The entire audio and video porgramme is available on demand:
On board the A380, Air France offers a wider variety of films, TV series, CDs, radio channels and games.
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Planning your in-flight entertainment programme before the flight
Passengers can consult the in-flight entertainment programme in just a few clicks on the airfrance.com site. Web users can discover the entire programme by browsing a screen similar to their interactive screen on board, featuring a summary of the films they will be able to watch, the available languages, the CDs they can listen to and the trailers for forthcoming films.
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