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CNN International: June 2018 Programming Highlights

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

CNNi Business Traveller 2018 JUNEBusiness Traveller – Kangaroo Routes

The evolution of the Kangaroo Route, part 2. This month’s CNN Business Traveller joins two historic journeys in progress. Host Richard Quest sits down with Qantas CEO Alan Joyce on board QF9, the first-ever nonstop passenger service from Australia to London. The program explores the flight’s aviation milestone, the long-haul science in which passengers are participating and the remarkable $2 billion turnaround by Qantas.

Saturday 2 June at 0530 GMT / 1830 GMT

Sunday 3 June at 1130 GMT / 2130 GMT

Monday 4 June at 0830 GMT

CNNi The 100 ClubThe 100 Club

In an exciting new editorial business narrative for 2018, CNN International will tell the story of the some of the planet’s greatest centurion companies, as they reflect on their three-digit milestone and the new path they are for the future. The 100 Club has only exceptional members.



Saturday 9 June at 1530 GMT / 2000 GMT

Sunday 10 June at 1000 GMT

Wednesday 13 June at 0830 GMT

Thursday 21 June at 0830 GMT


CNNi Destination HanoiDestination Hanoi

From the photogenic alleys of the Old Quarter to the storied tranquility of the Temple of Literature, Hanoi has fiercely defended its identity for more than a millennium, despite successive waves of Chinese, French, Japanese and American influence. Today, in a time of peace, Hanoi’s continues its charm offensive, luring visitors with its tree-lined boulevards and old-Asian allure. CNN’s Destination Hanoi takes stock of some of the capital’s proudest traditions—the efforts to preserve them and the visions to transform them.

Saturday 16 June at 1530 GMT

Sunday 17 June at 1000 GMT

Monday 18 June at 0130 GMT

Wednesday 20 June at 0830 GMT

Thursday 28 June at 0830 GMT


CNN VisionThe Challenge: Everest

Leaving home on 12th April, TV adventurer and UN Patron of the Wilderness Ben Fogle and former Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton CBE will face the greatest challenge of their careers in an attempt to summit Mount Everest. They have completed their rigorous training expeditions and are about to embark on a two month expedition in an attempt to climb the world’s highest peak at 8,848meters, Mount Everest. The expedition is backed by the Anything is Possible Foundation and in its support of the British Red Cross. During the expedition, in Ben’s capacity as UN Patron of the Wilderness, they will also look to highlight the beauty of the pristine Himalayan Mountain region and are ensuring their climb is an ethical climb. Their guide in training and on the expedition is Kenton Cool, the world-renowned mountaineer and adventurer. They are also working closely with high altitude medical expert Dr. Sundeep Dhillon who will be collating live biomedical data from them during the expedition.

They will start their ascent from Kathmandu with a 38 mile (62km) trek from Lukla, a mountain village, to reach Everest Base Camp. This trek will take around 6 days. They will then spend 3 weeks acclimatizing to the high altitude while climbing to camps 1, 2 and 3 each time returning to Base Camp before making their summit attempt in early May. This epic mountain has captured the imagination of Ben and Victoria 65 years after Sir Edmund Hillary made the first ascent. Since then more than 280 people have died in the attempt to conquer Everest and both Ben and Victoria are acutely aware of the risks and challenges they will face.

Ben and Victoria’s expedition will be captured exclusively by CNN Vision as a film crew accompanies them throughout their preparations, charting the entirety of their arduous challenge from the trek to basecamp, acclimatization period, chronicling the journey to the summit, followed by their return to the UK. The ground-breaking documentary, The Challenge: Everest, will air as two half-hours on CNN International in the summer.

Sat Saturday 30 June at 1230 GMT / 1530 GMT / 1930 GMT

Sunday 1 July at 0030 GMT

Monday 2 July at 0330 GMT

Tuesday 3 July at 0930 GMT / 1630 GMT

Wednesday 4 July at 0830 GMT