In all Air France long-haul cabins, each customer has a large high-definition screen offering over 1,500 hours of on-demand entertainment. In the newest cabins, the anti-glare screen now offers 4K quality and is Bluetooth equipped for connecting personal headphones. The company is also gradually rolling out a new touch-sensitive visual interface on its 33,000 screens, accessible in 12 languages and allowing passengers to easily choose their programme.
Air France’s meticulously selected entertainment offering is adapted to all tastes and cultures and available in the original version or in a number of other languages. The airline places particular importance on promoting cinema, offering nearly 350 films, including a wide selection of French films and award-winning works from the Cannes Film Festival, an Air France partner. Numerous TV series as well as news programmes, documentaries, music, podcasts, destination guides and children’s content are also available. There is also a special wellness section where children and adults alike can learn about meditation or yoga during their trip. Passengers also have access to an interactive map and on-board camera so that they can follow the trajectory of their flight and enjoy takeoff and landing from any seat.
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The entire Air France fleet* offers Air France Connect,the airline’s connectivity offer. Accessible from both the on-board screen and personal devices, the portal is available via three types of passes, one of which is completely free. Passengers can use the system to send and receive messages and stay informed about all flight and connection information.
*Excluding the regional fleet, the entire Air France fleet will offer a Wi-Fi connection by the end of 2023, compared with 97% today.
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