Air France renews its in-flight entertainment

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The airline company Air France renewed its in-flight entertainment offer, with 1500 hours entertainment available on board long-haul flights, enhancing the french creation “through the best of cinema, series, music and documentaries”, and enriching its offer for the youngest by including for the first time titles disney.

To continue to make each flight “a real moment of pleasure”, the French national company based at the airport of Paris CDG in July 2023 “revised and enriched” according to a press release its entertainment offer available on board all of its long-haul travel cabins. Coast movie theater, Air France now offers more than 370 films of all genres, from the most classic to the most recent. Through this vast catalog, it “is committed to selecting and promoting titles from French cinematographic creation, but also takes the opportunity to double its offer in the “world cinema” category to better meet the desires of customers around the world. . It also offers to find the award-winning films at the Cannes film festival of which Air France has been a partner for 43 years, or even the biggest recent American blockbusters.

For the first time, Air France is also offering a selection of Disney titles and its franchises Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars And National Geographic ; 26 films and 9 series are thus added to the catalogue.

The range of series is also enriched with the arrival of productions Canal+ Or HBO in addition to the titles notably signed TF1 And France TV. Many series seasons are now available in their entirety. “Partner of CANNESERIES, Air France also introduces the talents of tomorrow by broadcasting the first two episodes of certain series presented at the festival”.

In addition to the Disney catalog, the alliance company SkyTeam also offers new “richer and edutainment” content specially selected for little travellers. Cartoons, films, audio books, or even illustrated stories, Air France also promotes French productions here. The company selects in particular the titles of Bayard, Once upon a time, or the stories of emblematic characters such as Tom Tom and Nana or Little Brown Bear.

And to help its customers choose from this offer, Air France is offering new thematic categories. Customers can navigate through different sections such as “The cinema loves Paris” to enjoy films shot in the French capital, or “The summer of superheroes” which will delight young and old by following the adventures of their favorite characters. .

THE games available on board are also making a comeback. Angry Birds, Monopoly, Tetris, Air France has selected ten of the most popular programs – including one dedicated to children under six – for everyone’s greatest pleasure.

In all Air France long-haul cabins, each customer has a large high-definition screen offering more than 1,500 hours of on-demand entertainment. On board the most recent cabins, the anti-reflective screen now offers 4K quality and is equipped with a Bluetooth connection for connecting personal headphones. In addition, the company is gradually deploying on its 33,000 screens a new GUI tactile, accessible in 12 languages ​​and allowing you to simply choose your programme.

“Meticulously chosen, Air France’s offer adapts to everyone’s tastes and cultures and is available in the original version or in many languages. The company thus offers more than 370 films, but also series, reports, documentaries, music, podcasts, destination guides and programs dedicated to children. A section specific to well-being also allows young and old to learn about meditation or seated yoga during the trip. Finally, an interactive map and an on-board camera make it possible to follow the trajectory of its flight, as well as to take advantage of take-off and landing whatever its seat.

The entire Air France fleet (excluding the regional fleet, 98% of the fleet is now equipped with a Wi-Fi connection) offers Air France Connectthe company’s connectivity offer offering three passes, one of which is totally free, enabling you to easily send and receive messages.

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