Articles tagged “entertainment”

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Air France relaxes in-flight TV rules, now on door to door

Air France relaxes in-flight TV rules, now on door to door

This will be great news for the ADD crowd and younger generations, who abhor an entertainment vacuum.

6 years ago

Norwegian loads Android apps into Dreamliner entertainment system

Norwegian loads Android apps into Dreamliner entertainment system

Dennis Schaal, Skift

There's no iOS love in the Scandanavian airline's choice as Norwegian opted for Android. The airline also decided to stick with its own entertainment system instead of enticing passengers just to bring their own devices and use them.

6 years ago

Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight entertainment now takes flyers from gate to gate

Squeeze in an extra episode of your favorite sitcom or finish up that movie -- your harried flight attendant will thank the heavens you're distracted.

6 years ago

Are hotel TVs nearing extinction?

Are hotel TVs nearing extinction?

The chance that hotel room TVs will die is only remote. Instead, they likely will evolve as a complement to guests' personal mobile/computing devices, and as a locus for hotels' concierge and other guest services.

6 years ago

Want better in-flight movies? Qantas tracks movie choices to keep selection fresh

Want better in-flight movies? Qantas tracks movie choices to keep selection fresh

Could Qantas be diligently keeping track of the movie selections with the prospect of one day charging for IFE, or is it looking to make up for the fact that there’s no longer Internet on international flights?

6 years ago

Denzel’s “Flight” may be a tough sell to airlines, to screen in-flight

Denzel’s “Flight” may be a tough sell to airlines, to screen in-flight

Airlines pilots associations would've been half-pleased at the skills of a vet pilot, though disapproving of Denzel's drug addled behavior. Meanwhile, airlines, troubled with outsourcing maintenance controversies, don't come out looking good in the movie anyway.

7 years ago

Cruise ships serve up local celebrity chefs and DJs

Taking a port city’s big attractions from land to sea is easy in a city like Miami, and it's a strategy cruise lines can adopt in more ports to engage residents and get them on more ships.

7 years ago