In-Flight Entertainment

In-flight entertainment (IFE) refers to the entertainment available to aircraft passengers during a flight. In 1936, the airship Hindenburg offered passengers a piano, lounge, dining room, smoking room, and bar during the 2½ day flight between Europe and America. After the Second World War, IFE was delivered in the form of food and drink services, along with an occasional projector movie during lengthy flights. In 1985 the first personal audio player was offered to passengers, along with noise cancelling headphones in 1989.[citation needed] During the 1990s the demand for better IFE was a major factor in the design of aircraft cabins.
Posts about In-Flight Entertainment
  • Play Delta’s new ‘boring’ game to win a free flight

    … on your hands, The campaign shows off Delta Studio, the airline’s new range of in-flight entertainment options. The brief told Wieden to introduce Delta Studio to consumers — a new gambit from the airline that offers free content like movies, TV, HBO and music onboard. It’s the latest boringly creative effort from an airline brand. Last month…

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  • We watched Virgin’s 6-hour commercial for ‘Blah Airlines’

    … Flying can be awful. Boring. Taxing. Even at its best, it can be, well, blah. Virgin America has created a new campaign that shows travelers just how terrible it can be to fly what it’s calling one of those “blah” airlines. Created by Eleven San Francisco, the new campaign includes a film that recreates a flight from Newark Liberty International…

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