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World’s Top 10 Best Airline In-Flight Entertainment

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10.Thai Airways

Enjoy the up-to-date and classic in-flight entertainment with over 1,000 hours of movies, short films, games, music, news and information through a large personal screen for your maximum viewing pleasure.

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To keep youngest passengers amused during international or domestic flights a range of toys, games and books are available for children. There are various toys and games to choose from for children of all ages: under 3 years, 3 to 6 years, and 6 to 12 years of age.

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Stay connected on the world of business or social media with your mobile device. Check your emails or surf the web on your laptop in the air with THAI Sky Connect.

9.Delta Airlines

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Advanced, touch-screen digital entertainment system puts you in charge of your entertainment options. Choose from up to 300 movies, HBO®, SHOWTIME®, 18 channels of live satellite TV on select flights, podcasts, 2,500+ songs, TV and games, including in-flight trivia.

You’ll find seat-back screens on most long-haul international flights.

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Delta is now offering free mobile messaging, so you can stay in touch with friends, family, and colleagues while onboard.

Bringing at-home Wi-Fi speed and reliability to the air with 2Ku, the next-generation technology from Gogo, offering peak speeds of 15+ Mbps to your seat. That means whether you’re streaming video, working remotely or simply browsing the web, you can enjoy industry-leading Wi-Fi speeds on your flight. 2Ku also offers continuous connectivity from pushback to park.

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8. Etihad Airways

 Movies

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  • Latest blockbusters, your favourites and timeless classics
  • Hollywood, Arabic, European, Indian and Asian Cinema
  • Multiple language tracks and subtitles

         TV shows

  • Top-rated dramas and must-see comedies
  • Lifestyle, sport and documentaries

         Drama Box-Sets

  • Ability to create your own video playlists

         Live TV channels*

  • Live news update
  • Sporting action as it happens  *Available on selected flights only

         Audio

  • Over 500 CDs in library
  • Create your own audio playlists
  • 16 bespoke Radio channels
  • And much more

        Games

  • A selection of interactive games for all ages including a host of Android games on B787 and A380 aircraft.

You can purchase wireless Internet access using your credit card, redeem a voucher or connect using your existing account with selected Wi-Fi roaming partners.

7.Qantas Airlines

This month onboard and in lounges, you’ll find Qantas Spirit of Australia Magazine, providing the best travel inspiration and information, local’s guides to the best restaurants, top hotels and travel experiences.

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You can use your personal electronic devices (PEDs) such as smart phones, tablets and music players in flight mode, for the duration of each flight, providing uninterrupted access to work and entertainment.

Mobile phones without flight mode can be used before departure if parked at an aerobridge and after landing if proceeding to an aerobridge.

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Personal PC power is available in First and Business cabins on most aircraft (excluding selected B737-800 aircraft). Shared PC power is available in Premium Economy and Economy on all international A380 and A330-300 aircraft and on selected international B747-400, A330-200 and B737-800 aircraft. This system provides 110V AC (60 Hz) power and accepts most household power plugs including: Australian 2 or 3 pin, European 2 pin, Japanese 2 or 3 pin and USA 2 or 3 pin. Customers using UK 2 or 3 pin plugs need to use an adaptor.

6.Lufthansa

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Lufthansa in-flight entertainment stands for first-class entertainment on board. As well as current blockbusters and popular classic movies, passengers on Lufthansa long-haul flights can look forward to a large number of TV series, audio books and CDs.

  • More than 100 films movies in up to eight languages.
  • More than 200 TV programmes.
  • Large selection for families and children with many movies and TV programmes, Audio books and Music CDs.
  • ‘Box Sets’ to enjoy featuring whole seasons of TV series.
  • More than 50 Lufthansa Playlists to relax and to groove and to tune in for many destinations.
  • A big selection of Music CDs with an excellent selection of Rock, Pop, Classical and many more.
  • 60 Audio Books in German and English.
  • International programme, including content from the Middle East, India, Japan and China.
  • Simple operation: the user interface can be operated intuitively in the same way as modern tablet interfaces and is available in 10 languages.
  • By using ‘myAudio’and ‘myVideo’ travelers can easily create their personal playlists within the Inflight program.

5.Virgin Atlantic

The latest blockbusters straight out of Hollywood and a selection of critically acclaimed indie films are waiting onboard.

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A whole world of TV is waiting onboard this month – from award winning comedy to binge inspiring boxset tasters.

Also have plenty of family friendly viewing to keep younger travelers occupied.

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Over 30 hours of kids entertainment on every flight, including plenty all the family can enjoy.

Get a taste of the huge music library onboard and have a listen to this month’s boarding music.

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On selected flights, you’ll find a great choice of games to test your skill and stimulate your mind. Some games even let you challenge fellow passengers!

You’ll find a comprehensive guide to all the entertainment available at your fingertips in the November edition of  inflight magazine.

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4.Turkish Airlines

You won’t notice the time passing during your flight! have enhanced the selection of media available on inflight entertainment system by adding the latest media content. There is something for all tastes and you will find yourself enjoying the journey even more with the best in entertaining films, music, games, and other new media content!

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A global musical voyage

One of the best ways to explore the world is through the diversity of its music. That’s why have joined together with the world’s leading music company, Universal Music Group, to create special inflight music platform, My Music Planet. music collection features over 750,000 songs from over 3,500 musicians as well as live concerts, backstage footage, and music charts.

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For children

Inflight entertainment system includes films, television programs, and games, specially chosen for child passengers. Young passengers can enjoy non-stop entertainment throughout their journey thanks to partnership with Disney and numerous other film companies.

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Exploring the world with Skylife

Get to know the world better with fascinating articles from Skylife. You can check out this month’s magazine and scroll through archives on the Skylife internet page.

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Internet connection

Thanks to the high-speed Wi-Fi connection on aircraft, you can carry on with your work and keep in touch with the world outside.

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3.Singapore Airlines

Kids have very short attention spans. So unless you keep them amused, they quickly turn to other forms of entertainment. Like the man in the next seat or the couple in front. That’s why have over 1,000 movies, television programmes, music, and games on KrisWorld to keep them occupied. It keeps them happy. And other passengers even happier.

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Internet Access

To access the Internet through WiFi, simply:

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  • Enable WiFi on your smart phone, tablet or laptop, and connect to the ‘KrisWorld’ or ‘OnAir’ network. (cabin crew will let you know which network is available on your flight.)
  • Launch your web browser to display the onboard portal.
  • Choose your preferred price plan, and log in or create a new account.
  • Enter your credit card details and confirm your purchase. You are now online!

Companion App

What can It do with Companion App?

The free SingaporeAir mobile app brings you a whole new way to enjoy KrisWorld. Discover what is playing on KrisWorld even before you step onboard, shortlist your favourite movies, TV or music to your Favourites list and control the media playback right from your personal electronic device.

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In-seat Telephone

Get in touch with a loved one, close a business deal or make a business reservation at your destination – all with the touch of a button.

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Seat-to-seat calls are available for free.

2.Qatar Airways

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Audio-video on-demand service allows you to choose up to 3,000 entertainment options – Movies, TV Box Sets, Audio, Games and much more.

Oryx One Communications

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The world is at your fingertips with Qatar Airways’ state-of-the-art communication. Stay connected with the OnAir mobile service. Onboard Wi-Fi makes it easy to stay on top of your work or entertained with uninterrupted access to friends, family, colleagues and clients.

Once the aircraft is above 10,000 feet, you can use your portable electronic devices (PEDs) and send SMS and MMS or access your email and browse the Internet to stay in touch with everyone on the ground.

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*Available on select aircraft.

On board Wi-Fi

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Enable Wi-Fi on your laptop, tablet or smartphone, and select ‘Oryx One.’

You will need to launch your web browser, which will display the log-in web portal. From the portal, simply select your preferred price plan.

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Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs)

You can use your e-readers, tablets and smartphones from gate to gate i.e. including taxiing, take-off and landing without a risk to safety.

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1.Emirates

Visit places you won’t find on a map

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Fall in love with a classic romance. Lose yourself in the latest edge-of-the-seat thriller. Let inflight entertainment take you to places you won’t find on a map.

Choose from over 2,500 channels of movies, TV shows, music and games, on demand and in multiple languages. On ice Digital Widescreen, have movies with Audio Description and Closed Captions if you’re hearing or visually impaired.

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 Airshow moving map

Follow your flight over oceans and mountains on on-screen map and see exactly where you are in the world. Get the weather report, the estimated time arrive and other flight data to your screen. You can listen to your music, radio or podcasts uninterrupted while you explore.

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News and sport headlines

Find out what’s happening in the world during your flight. Update the stories regularly via satellite directly from the BBC News website. You can also read news from Reuters in German, French and Arabic. Follow your top team or sporting hero through text updates of all the action from Sport 360.

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External cameras

Forget the window seat – the best views in the plane are from external cameras. Enjoy the pilots’ view with forward-facing camera or look directly below with bird’s-eye camera. And on double-decker A380 aircraft have a third tail fin camera, giving you views over the aircraft and through the clouds.

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Open Skies

Pick up your copy of Open Skies from your seat pocket and get inspired by a great inflight read. award-winning monthly magazine is your guide to what’s happening in the world right now

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Wi-Fi in the sky

It’s free to post or tweet from your seat on all of  A380s and most Boeing 777 aircraft. Enjoy 20MB of free data (that’s enough to browse your favorite social networks).*

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In-seat phone, SMS and email

Use the in-seat satellite phone to stay in touch with home or your office or use it to call other people on your flight. You can also send messages using our onscreen SMS and email services.

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ANAC Halts Porto Alegre Flight Sales, Due to Severe Airport Flooding

ANAC Halts Porto Alegre Flight Sales, Due to Severe Airport Flooding

In response to severe flooding that has rendered Salgado Filho Airport in Porto Alegre inoperable, the Brazilian Civil Aviation Regulator, the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), has enacted a temporary prohibition on the sale of airline tickets to and from the airport.

This measure applies across all sales channels, including travel agencies, and will remain in effect until ANAC reevaluates the situation.

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The closure of the airport, located in the capital of Rio Grande do Sul, has had significant repercussions, affecting more than 490,000 passengers. The terminal remains indefinitely closed due to the flooding, with the runway still submerged under water.

In light of these circumstances, airlines are offering flexibility to affected customers. Passengers can reschedule their flights to Porto Alegre within a year of the original scheduled date without incurring additional fees. Alternatively, they can opt for a refund, either in cash or credit.

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To accommodate displaced travelers, airlines have increased the number of flights to nearby airports in the southern region of Brazil. This increase aims to prioritize passengers who already have issued tickets.

According to ANAC’s directives, airlines must identify and prioritize contact with passengers who have a pending return journey, whether traveling to or from Rio Grande do Sul, to facilitate their reaccommodations preferentially.

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Man Falls From Airplane Door In Indonesia After Staff Pull Back Stairs

Man Falls From Airplane Door In Indonesia After Staff Pull Back Stairs

An airline worker in Indonesia narrowly escaped serious injury in a harrowing incident at Jakarta Airport.

The episode unfolded when colleagues inadvertently removed the airstairs from a TransNusa Airbus A320 just as the worker stepped off the plane, causing him to plummet to the tarmac below.

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Reports detail the heart-stopping moment when the worker, engaged in conversation inside the aircraft, exited the door only to find himself stepping into thin air. Caught off guard by the sudden absence of the stepladder, he fell to the ground as his colleagues looked on in shock.

Fortunately, the quick response of those nearby ensured the worker received immediate medical attention, with reports indicating his condition is now stable and he has avoided serious injury. A viral video of the incident, shared by CEO of Avialaz Consultants Sanjay Lazar, has sparked widespread concern on social media platforms, drawing attention to the dangers faced by aviation personnel in high-pressure environments.

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In the footage, two crew members can be seen detaching the stepladder, unaware of the worker’s imminent departure from the aircraft. Moments later, the worker steps out, only to be met with empty space and a sudden descent to the ground. The chaotic scene unfolds as papers scatter in the air and bystanders rush to aid the fallen worker.

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Italian Airports Explore Passport-Free Travel with FaceBoarding Technology

Italian Airports Explore Passport-Free Travel with FaceBoarding Technology
Credit: Milan Airports

In a groundbreaking move toward seamless travel experiences, two Italian airports, Milan Linate and Catania, are leading the way with innovative “FaceBoarding” technology at their security checkpoints.

This cutting-edge facial recognition system enables passengers to breeze through the airport without the hassle of presenting their passport or boarding pass.

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Here’s how it works: passengers over 18 simply need to check-in and then proceed to the FaceBoarding desks, where they scan their passport or electronic ID card and undergo a facial scan for verification.

Once registered, travelers can enjoy expedited processes at security screening and boarding gates, with dedicated lanes ensuring priority for FaceBoarding users. Initially available for ITA Airways and Scandinavian Airlines passengers, the trial phase of this technology promises a glimpse into the future of air travel.

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While other airlines still require traditional document checks, those participating in the trial can enjoy the convenience of passport-free boarding. But the innovation doesn’t stop there. Soon, with the FaceBoarding app launching in June, registered users can streamline their future journeys by attaching boarding passes directly to their scanned identity documents. This seamless integration aims to enhance passenger convenience and airport efficiency.

Moreover, frequent flyers have the option to register for FaceBoarding for one or all of their flights during the trial period, which extends until December 31, 2025. This initiative optimizes the airport experience by minimizing the need for document checks while maintaining stringent security measures.

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Meanwhile, on a broader scale, the European Union is gearing up to introduce another form of biometric technology. The Entry/Exit System (EES) will automate the registration process for non-EU travelers, including those from the UK, streamlining entry procedures across EU airports.

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