Topics: New products and services, licensing/marketing agreements
- This collaboration with a leading provider of quality audio content marks the airline’s latest investment in a premium customer experience
- Audible’s new content enriches Air Canada’s unrivaled in-flight entertainment system across multiple categories, including sports, crime documentaries, family programming and comedy.
- Since last year, the airline has doubled the content of its in-flight entertainment system to more than 2,500 hours of movies, TV series, music and podcasts.
MONTREAL, THE in 2023 October 3 /CNW/ – Air Canada today became the first airline to offer original Canadian Audible, including audiobooks, podcasts and more, through its in-flight entertainment system, expanding its premium product offering. With dynamic, high-quality audio content, Audible offers AirCanada customers immersive in-flight entertainment to help them relax during their flight. This collaboration marks AirCanada’s latest investment in an unrivaled in-flight entertainment offering for its customers around the world.
“We are excited to announce that Audible is the latest global brand to partner with AirCanada as we continue to expand our inflight entertainment offerings for our customers,” said John Moody, AirCanada’s General Manager of Product Design. Air Canada. Entertainment is an important part of the onboard experience. Given the growing interest in the audio format, the addition of inspiring and interesting articles and interviews in audio format enriches the diverse content offered by our unrivaled programs.
Audible is committed to providing exceptional listening experiences to customers around the world, whether traveling for business or pleasure, said Georgia Knox, country director of Audible. Canada. By partnering with AirCanada, we can inspire, entertain and inform more listeners than ever during their travels. Travelers will have access to an extensive slate of content, including a selection of Audible Canada originals created by up-and-coming young talent and some of the country’s biggest names.
Initially, the partnership adds approximately 160 hours of original Audible productions, including audiobooks and podcasts, to more than 2,500 hours of entertainment from more than 420 movies, 1,000 TV shows, 130 music albums, podcasts and more. The Aryan Society is currently offering. This exciting lineup of new Audible content, now available on AirCanada’s inflight entertainment-equipped aircraft, has something for everyone: sports, crime documentaries, family, wellness, action and adventure, comedy and more. The catalog includes a wide selection of Canadian content in French and English. Here are some suggested titles: SidneyCrosby: Rookie Year, Roudoudous in Lapland, Hands on the world, Seven truths, Women speak, and many more, with new titles. Audible also offerssubscription is free for two months for AirCanada customers to continue spending at home or on their next trip.
AirCanada’s partnership with Audible builds on the airline’s latest enhancements to its in-flight entertainment, including critically acclaimed originals and fun family content. May. AirCanada has begun offering free text messaging services to Aeroplan members worldwide who board its Wi-Fi-enabled planes, including AirCanada Rouge and AirCanada Express flights. Last November, AirCanada became the only airline in the country to offer live Canadian television services with channels in both French and English, giving customers the option of cheering on their favorite sports teams in real-time global sporting events or watching live news. during the flight.
AirCanada’s product excellence has been recognized with several prestigious awards this year. AirCanada has been named the World’s Best Family Carrier by Skytrax and the magazine has named it the Best Airline for Entertainment. World traveler for the fifth consecutive year. The Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) also awarded AirCanada the Traveling Public’s Choice Award for Best In-flight Entertainment in North America, as well as giving it the 2024 a five-star rating in the International Airlines category based on customer feedback. , for the fifth time in six years.
About Air Canada
AirCanada is the largest airline Canada, the country’s national carrier and co-founder of the StarAlliance network, the world’s largest airline group. AirCanada’s scheduled non-stop routes connect more than 180 airports across the country. Canada, in the US and abroad on six continents. AirCanada has a four-star Skytrax rating. AirCanada’s Aeroplan program is the airline’s flagship loyalty program. Canada in terms of travel. It offers its members the opportunity to accumulate or exchange points with the world’s largest network of carrier partners, numbering 45, and for a considerable reward – goods, hotel accommodation or vehicle rental. AirCanada Cargo, AirCanada’s cargo division, has the capacity and connectivity to serve hundreds of destinations on six continents with AirCanada passenger and all-cargo flights. AirCanada has set an ambitious target of 2050. to achieve carbon neutrality in all our operations worldwide. AirCanada shares are traded on the Canadian Stock Exchange. Toronto (TSX) address Canada and on the OTCQX platform in the US.
Audible, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.comInc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is a leading developer and supplier of quality audio storytelling, offering customers a new way to enhance and enrich their daily lives. Audible.ca’s content includes over 630,000 audiobooks, podcasts and original works. Audible has millions of members worldwide and subscribes to one of 10 localized services for customers in Australia. Canadaabout France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom or USA. Audible members download nearly 4 billion hours of content a year and listen to it on a variety of compatible devices.
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