Through alliances with the Bell Media production company, the Crave audiovisual platform, and the Canadian multiplatform audio service, Stingray, Air Canada increases its on-board entertainment system by 50 percent, completing a total of one thousand hours of content, more than any other airline on the continent.
For a passenger to enjoy all the content he would have to fly 22 times around the world. It should be noted that the content will be available in up to 15 languages, for international flights on certain types of aircraft, including the Boeing 777 and 787, as well as the A319, A321 and Boeing 767 of Air Canada Rouge, which currently operates in Mexico. ( Air Canada subsidiary will arrive in Cancun from Quebec ).
Users will be able to access Crave premium content, including STARZ’s Life and The Girlfriend Experience series, SHOWTIME’s Billions, Ray Donovan, and The Affair, Crave’s original comedy, Letterkenny and Comedy Central’s Broad City, or full seasons of How I Met Your Mother, franchises of movies like Harry Potter and Matrix and new Disney releases, as well as HBO content.
While with Stingray there will be a wider range of music content, including concerts, documentaries, videos, interviews with artists, awards coverage and the presentation of Stingray Ambiance, which includes videos of destinations with relaxing soundtracks to do a lot. more friendly the flight path.
In the mainline of Air Canada, Stingray’s audio content will have a wide variety of genres, including pop, country, hip-hop, and wellness, as well as a special introductory offer, airline customers can take advantage of a free trial of three months of the platform, using the promotional code AirCanada at www.stingray.com/promo until the end of September.
“Recently, Air Canada was voted the Best Airline for Entertainment on Board by Global Traveler readers, however, Air Canada’s commitment to service excellence demands to continue to improve the customer experience. For this reason, we are pleased to announce these alliances that will significantly strengthen our offer of videos and music, ”said Andrew Yiu, vice president of Products for Air Canada.
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