Norwegian became the first airline to offer live TV on board of European flights. Passengers use free WiFi and can now watch Bloomberg Television and TV2 News on Norway’s fleet of 87 aircraft. The new service was launched this week on a flight from Oslo to Berlin and will be available on flights from the UK to 29 destinations in Europe.
Passengers departing on Norwegian from Gatwick, Edinburgh, Birmingham or Manchester to Europe can watch live TV using their handheld device connected to the free WiFi available on board. Bjorn Kjos, CEO of Norwegian said: “We are very excited to be the first airline in Europe to offer live television on board. The introduction of Bloomberg Television and TV2 News to our passenger opens the door to choices more content and a better overall experience in flight. Offering free Wi-Fi combined with complementary live television, you are setting the stage… Continue reading
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