Different Types Of In-flight Entertainment Facilities Provided By Various Airlines
Passengers traveling in first and business class can enjoy in-flight entertainment facilities. Certain in-flight entertainment facilities can be enjoyed by economy class also. Below are the lists of Airlines that provide in-flight entertainment facility.
Air Canada airlines provide various in-flight entertainment to its business class passengers like Internet, TV, Music and games etc. Air Canada introduced Gogo WiFi service between Montreal/Toronto and Los Angeles. All Air Canada planes feature seat back TVs throughout. A passenger can enjoy 300 hours of free entertainment including international movies and television shows in a range of languages. Air Canada”s have preloaded CDs for international travel. You will find XM radio on many other flights like executive and economy classes in North America. Passengers can enjoy games on TV.
Delta Airlines WiFi is very impressive with over 1,800 flights outfitted and 500+ planes, a huge feat for the world”s largest airline. You can find Gogo In-flight Wi-Fi on some of the airlines. Passengers can watch 18 satellite channels, HBO series and 28 films. This seat-back system with a 7″ display can be found on most domestic flights 4+ hours in length and always on main international routes. Delta offers 16 channels of audio entertainment, a dance music channel called “Delta Pride”. Passengers can enjoy 4100 songs across 14 music categories. Passengers can enjoy various games like Bookworm, chess, poker, solitare, Galaktor, interactive trivia and more.
United Airlines have Gogo WiFi installed on 757s. All their “p.s. premium service” transcontinental flights between New York and both Los Angeles and San Francisco have it. Passengers can plug into 18 channels of XM radio brought to you by Microsoft Zune, it is pre-programmed and not satellite. Children can enjoy XM kid”s channel.
US Airways have A321 aircraft hooked up with Gogo in-Flight WiFi. If you”re flying overseas on an A330 in any class, you”ll find yourself with a rare seat back TV. Seat “”back TVs are also found in the upper classes onboard international flights using 757s and 767s. You can only listen to 10 music channels.
Continental Airlines abandoned LiveTv to go with Gogo In-Flight internet. If a passenger is flying in 777 aircraft they can enjoy 150 movies and 300 TV shows. In this aircraft, passengers can listen to 3000 songs. You can also play 25 games plus Berlitz WordTraveler. In 767 aircraft, passengers can enjoy 20 channels of audio programming and 10 games.
Passengers traveling in British Airways can watch movies, TV and play games as well as listen to radio and music channels for entertainment. Passengers can enjoy inspirational on-board magazine online, with great travel articles and destination information to enjoy without leaving their seat.
People can enjoy tasty meal options, which are offered free of charge on all flights. Passengers with dietary needs can enjoy special and medical meals.