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Archive for June, 2016

Aeromexico and Netflix to offer free streaming via Gogo 2Ku

Source: getconnected.aero »

Gogo partner Aeromexico has announced the launch of a pilot programme to provide complimentary in-flight access to Netflix content.

Netflix members onboard selected Aeromexico flights within Mexico, Central and South America will be able to stream Netflix content on their phones, tablets, and laptops at no cost starting on June 17th until October 17th 2016.

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Emirates offers more live sporting action on board

Source: albawaba.com »

Emirates is amplifying its inflight entertainment offering, adding a second dedicated sports channel to its ice TV Live onboard – now available on over 90 of its Boeing 777 aircraft. Busy globe trotters and travelling sports fans can now enjoy more live sporting action than ever before. Sports 24 Extra, the second dedicated sports channel, will complement the existing Sports 24 channel to offer double the live sports coverage on ice Digital Widescreen- Emirates’ award winning in-flight entertainment system.

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American Selects ViaSat for Next-Gen Inflight Wi-Fi

Source: pcmag.com »

After suing Gogo over slow in-flight Internet earlier this year, American Airlines today selected ViaSat to provide connectivity for its new fleet of Boeing 737 MAX planes.

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Sport 24 Coverage Schedule: June 2nd – 6th

It’s finals week! Passengers can watch the NBA Finals and the Men’s/Women’s finals at Roland Garros on Sport 24 inflight! Sport 24 - June 2 - 6

The big moments ahead:

NBA Finals

Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors

Roland Garros

Semi Finals

Women’s Finals

Men’s Finals

NRL

Warriors vs Broncos (more…)

Routehappy announces Skyscanner deal

Source: buyingbusinesstravel.com »

Merchandising content platform Routehappy has signed a deal with Skyscanner to pilot flight scores and amenities from its API into the travel search site’s app. The agreement will allow Skyscanner app users to see and compare amenities by flight and cabin.

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