Emirates Introduces Entertainment Playlist Syncing Ahead of Travel

By Soko Directory Team / January 23, 2019




Emirates has introduced an innovative new function on its app to allow customers to create bespoke playlists ahead of their flight and sync it to their seats once on board.

Customers can plan their trip more effectively, and maximize their onboard experience by using the Emirates app to browse the expansive entertainment catalog at any time.

ice, Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment has reached a new milestone of over 4,000 channels of on-demand entertainment.

The catalog includes over 1,000 movies, more than any other airline, popular television box sets, tens of thousands of music tracks, podcasts and games.

Travelers can now get to select to watch Supa Modo, Kenya’s 2019 Oscar submission in the Best Foreign Film category on ice as we as other critically acclaimed African films like I Am Not A Witch (Zambia), Farewell Ella Bella (South Africa), The Lucky Specials (South Africa),  Liyana (Swaziland), Broken Promises 4ever (South Africa) and The Royal Hibiscus Hotel (Nigeria).

African music playlists available on ice include Dj Ganyani’s House GroovesBest of Yvonne Chaka Chaka, African Pop Mix, Diamond Platnumz’s A Boy from Tandale, Burna Boy’sOutside, Davido’s Son of Mercy EP and WizKid’s Sounds from the Other Side.

Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline said: “In keeping with our ‘Fly Better’ promise, our teams work tirelessly to provide ever better world-class travel experiences. Every detail is carefully considered as we continually enhance and develop innovative products and services for our customers.

This latest functionality on the Emirates app elevates the customer experience even before they step onto the aircraft. Our customers can now browse the unmatched content on offer and create personal entertainment playlists at their leisure, and once comfortably settled in their seats on board, they simply sync and press play.”

The syncing capability is currently available on over 100 Emirates Boeing 777 aircraft and will be made available progressively across the entire fleet, including A380 aircraft in the coming months.

With a global customer base, Emirates offers entertainment in 44 languages and each month over 100 movies are added to the system.

Emirates also ensures its youngest customers are catered for with a large selection of children’s movies and TV channels. In addition to over 75 Disney, Marvel, and children’s movies there are also over 50 TV channels, including Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, CBeebies & the Disney Channel.

ice also features varied content such as Emirates’ own Food and Wine Channels giving customers a behind-the-scenes look at how it creates its onboard menus; expert-led LinkedIn Learning courses; as well as uTalk language courses offering lessons for beginners.



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