Air France Will Now Let Passengers Finish Films After They Get Off The Flight
In partnership coinciding with Cannes, the airline hopes to appeal to traveling film buffs
During long flights, movies and sleep tend to be the best go-tos for passengers looking to kill time. But sleep is often uncomfortable thanks to turbulence, crying babies and the awkward position one finds themselves in due to tight leg space, and there’s always the possibility of film getting interrupted when close to landing. For those of us wondering what happened in the final half hour of the film we were watching, Air France has just released an ad for a special service it’s offering passengers: Cinema to Go.
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