Euronews, which offers a unique perspective on world events, empowering people to make up their own mind by delivering factual analysis and a diversity of viewpoints, is now available on easyJet’s newest Air Time entertainment offer, developed by Immfly. The new technology enables passengers to stream in-flight entertainment content directly to their personal electronic devices.
The Euronews’ inflight offer on easyJet, Europe’s second largest airline company with more than 78 million passengers per year, includes international news, business, culture, sci-tech and European affairs. The free service is available in five languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
The “Air Time” inflight entertainment and services platform has been developed in partnership with Barcelona-based company Immfly, which also offers Euronews on Iberia Express, Volotea and XL Airways.
In addition to Euronews the platform offers:
- A rich selection of best selling audiobooks and e-books.
- Interactive maps and digital retail catalogues.
- Quality curated content from leading providers including Euronews and other media brands favored mostly by British and European travelers.
- Entertainment titles include TV titles such as superhero series Legion, comedy Modern Family and a range of box office hits.
- On-board language tutorials and digital pacifiers.
Easyjet’s Immfly platform is sponsored by Rakuten, described as “a global leader in internet services with over one billion members worldwide and an ecosystem of more than 70 services”. The technology operates via a “closed wifi network”.
Euronews content is available on board 34 airline companies worldwide offering quality information to travelers and short-format videos available in several languages.