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UAE's Air Arabia launches new in-flight entertainment system

SkyTime, which will allow passengers to livestream digital content on smartphones, tablets or laptops, is now available across Air Arabia's fleet

UAE's Air Arabia launches new in-flight entertainment system
Customers can access a wide selection of Hollywood, Bollywood, Arabic and Russian movies, television shows, music, destination tips and games as well as a special offering for younger passengers.

UAE-based low-cost carrier Air Arabia has announced the launch of its new complimentary in-flight entertainment system SkyTime.

The new system, which will allow passengers to livestream digital content on smartphones, tablets or laptops, is now available across Air Arabia’s fleet.

Customers can access a wide selection of Hollywood, Bollywood, Arabic and Russian movies, television shows, music, destination tips and games as well as a special offering for younger passengers.

Adel Al Ali, group CEO of Air Arabia, said: “We always seek to make the best use of technology to provide added value to our customers. We are proud to launch SkyTime, our all new free in-flight entertainment system solely designed to provide customers with add value while onboard Air Arabia flights.

"This new launch reflects Air Arabia’s commitment to continuously apply innovative solutions aimed at providing real value and convenience to customers."

Air Arabia customers can access the new system after takeoff by enabling the Wi-Fi connection and selecting the SkyTime network.

Air Arabia serves more than 155 routes from multiple hubs spread across the UAE, Morocco and Egypt, with a fleet of 54 aircraft, and plans for further expansion in 2019.