A new in-flight news bulletin, exclusively produced by Euronews

Starting on 29 January 2011, Air France offers on all its long-haul flights a new weekly news broadcast produced by Euronews, the leading international news channel in Europe.

This news bulletin, produced exclusively for Air France, offers a 40-minute round-up of the week’s main news.

Accessible in French and English versions as part of the in-flight entertainment programme, the bulletin covers worldwide, economic, cultural and sports news, from an international angle.

This new news service provides viewers with in-depth, contextual reporting on the major stories, complementing the daily news bulletin. It will replace the different news programmes available to date.
About the Air France in-flight entertainment programme
Air France offers on board its long-haul flights a “VOD” (video-on-demand) in-flight entertainment system, comprising over 500 hours of programmes, including 85 feature films – some of them translated into nine languages -, 30 hours of TV programmes (cult series, exclusive news programmes, documentaries, etc.) and a juke-box selection of 200 CDs, 23 radio channels, video clips and music programmes. 17 interactive games are also offered, including the Berlitz® language learning programme and the RelaxLine® personalized relaxation programme.

Source : http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/press/news/article/item/un-nouveau-journal-televise-a-bord-produit-en-exclusivite-par-euronews/


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