Norwegian Launches First In-Flight Entertainment Rental Service

By | March 22, 2013
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Norwegian Airlines is offering passengers the ability to rent in-flight movies and television on its Wi-Fi-enabled aircraft.

(Photo, courtesy of Norwegian.)

Customers are able to access a total of 40 movies and 130 television episodes on their laptop, smartphone or tablet via Norwegian Internet. The service costs a fee and gives passengers 24 hours of access to the available television shows and movies.

The airline said the service is streamed directly to passengers’ personal electronic devices on a separate network which does not impact the speed of the Wi-Fi connection.

The service is available on all 60 of Norwegian’s Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft. 

Related: In-Flight Connectivity News

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