I may not give British Airways high marks for its customer service, but hats off to the airline on the information it provides its passengers.
As per the infographic we posted yesterday, over 41% of passengers will spend their time watching a movie during their flight. This is the highest percentage of in-flight entertainment (IFE) activity.
British Airways has put out a video highlighting the shows it has on-board its flights for this month, which include films ‘Skyfall’, ‘Hitchcock’, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’, ‘Life of Pi’ and family fun with ‘Rise of the Guardians’; base jumping documentary ‘Journey to the Centre’, plus TV hits ‘Peep Show’ and ‘Elementary’.
Another very nice offering by the airline is details of the shows one can expect on their particular flight for the current and next month. Just visit the airline’s Entertainment Highlights page and enter the city pairs and out will come a list and synopsis of all the shows, cinema, television, etc. Cool feature, I must admit.