Emirates has partnered with HBO Max and will offer the service to all passengers from November 1st through the airline’s award-winning entertainment system ICE.
Emirates is the first airline in the region to partner with HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s streaming service. HBO Max is currently only available in the US and Latin America, and its launch in Europe is scheduled from 10 October.
With this partnership, Emirates passengers, regardless of the class they are traveling in, can watch exclusive HBO Max hits on their individual screens. places. Initially, this partnership provides more than 160 hours of content from 26 movies and series. However, Emirates and HBO Max will gradually expand their content offering.
Emirates passengers can find and browse the latest HBO Max content on board in a dedicated section on ice. Those who prefer to plan their entertainment choices in advance can discover all the content available on board on the Emirates website, and create a personalized playlist on the Emirates app, which can be synced with ice and that will allow you to start the selected movie or series as soon as you board the plane.
With more than 4.500 movie channels on-demand, music, programs, box sets, documentaries, among others, Emirates entertainment system – ice – continues to lead the industry in terms of quality and variety of content.
With a huge variety of passengers, ice presents content in more than 40 languages. From indie to international films, the unrivaled selection is curated and acquired in more than 31 countries. Most movies and television shows also offer subtitles and closed captioning options, making the content accessible to an even wider audience.
Emirates’ commitment to delivering the best content and experiences of high quality for passengers of all classes led the airline to win several awards for best entertainment on board, most recently at the Skytrax World Airline Awards, where it won the award World’s Best Airline for Entertainment Award (Best Airline in the World with Best Inflight Entertainment) by 16th consecutive year.
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