Cathay Pacific screens full seasons of top tv shows inflight
Wednesday 3, November 2010
Cathay Pacific Airways today announced an exciting development in its award-winning inflight entertainment system, StudioCX, with passengers onboard all long-haul and some regional flights now able to enjoy full seasons of eight of their favourite comedies and dramas – available in all cabins, on demand, and in digital-widescreen format.
From 1 November, the full seasons of popular shows such as Mad Men, Californication, 30 Rock, Scrubs and The Thick of It can be found in StudioCX, with more series to be added in the coming months. The on-demand environment of the inflight entertainment system is ideally suited to full-season viewing, placing control firmly in the hands of passengers.
November also sees an array of blockbuster movies featuring on StudioCX, along with exciting sports specials covering the world’s greatest competitions for golf, motorsports and football, including highlights from the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and the best of England’s FA Premier League. In addition, to commemorate 50 years since The Beatles first performed, five of the group’s albums are playing onboard as part of the 888 CDs available on StudioCX.
Big-name movies for StudioCX in November include:
StudioCX also features five new arthouse movies in November:
The audio and video on-demand system of StudioCX offers passengers on all long-haul and some regional flights a choice of 100 movies, more than 350 TV programmes and 888 CDs.
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