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Archive for April, 2018

Sport 24 Programming: April 24th – May 8th

Sport 24 - apr 24 - may 8The 2018 sport schedule is heating up with great LIVE programming to watch in-flight on Sport 24, including both the NBA Playoffs and the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs!

Here are some highlights of what you might watch through May 8th:


Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Utah Jazz

Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers

Indiana Pacers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (more…)

CNN International: May 2018 Programming Highlights

Coming up on CNN International in-flight during May 2018 (Times are in GMT and CET and subject to change)

CNNi Talk Asia Art BaselTalk Asia – Art Basel

Art is everywhere. From public parks to the most prestigious auction houses, to walls around the world. The demand for that art is on the rise, reaching nearly $64 billion in sales in 2017, thanks in part to one of the largest art markets: China. This brings Talk Asia to Hong Kong, where for the 5thyear in a row, Art Basel – one of the largest art fairs in the world – is setting up shop. This month on Talk Asia, we take an inside look at the world of art through the eyes of American graffiti artists and sculptor Brian Donnolly (aka KAWS,) art collector Patrizia Sandretto an gallery owner David Zwirner.


Wednesday 2 May at 0930 GMT / 1630 GMT

Saturday 5 May at 0530 GMT / 1830 GMT

Sunday 6 May at 1130 GMT

Saturday 12 May at 1130 GMT

Sunday 13 May at 0530 GMT / 1830 GMT

Monday 14 May at 0830 GMT (more…)

China Airlines offers free inflight WiFi on Australia, UK flights

Source: ausbt.com.au »

Passengers travelling in business class and premium economy with China Airlines can now enjoy complimentary inflight Internet aboard the airline’s flights from Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom to Taipei: the airline’s home in Taiwan.

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Emirates says 2.8m inflight calls made since historic 2008 first

Source: arabianbusiness.com »

Emirates, which made history 10 years ago by becoming the first airline in the world to allow customers to make and receive calls, has revealed that a total of 87 million SMS messages have been sent from their aircraft.

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