Journeys will invariably be too short to benefit from the all the in-flight entertainment proposed by the Group. The two airlines offer everyone wide high-definition screens with 1,000 hours of entertainment available in the Air France cabins and 1,200 hours at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
Air France has equipped its new cabins with next-generation touch screens measuring 24 inches in the La Première cabin, 16 inches in Business, 12 inches in Premium Economy and 9 in Economy.
For its part, on board the new World Business Class cabin equipping its Boeing 777s, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines now offers 16-inch personal screens and 9-inch screens in the new Economy cabin. These new screens offer a completely redesigned graphic interface in 12 languages, inspired by tablet browsing, enabling customers to choose their own program of entertainment using a highly intuitive navigation system. Films, games, music and TV series... all the on-demand programming is available as of boarding and until the arrival of the aircraft at its destination. Customers have access to more than 200 films and over 200 television programs.
This system also offers access to applications like “Seat Chat” to facilitate communication with other passengers sitting elsewhere in the cabin or On Board Shopping, enabling consultation of the in-flight sales catalogue.