SpiceJet begins streaming free in-flight entertainment for flyers

SpiceJet begins streaming free in-flight entertainment for flyers Saurabh Sinha SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh said passengers can use their own phones and tablets onboard SpiceJet to watch their favourite shows, play games, read etc. SpiceJet says it is the first and only Indian low cost airline to launch this free service. 

Highlights

  • SpiceJet is offering in-flight entertainment content on personal electronic devices of passengers
  • SpiceJet says it is the first and only Indian low cost airline to launch this free service

Image used for representation onlyNEW DELHI: Now you can watch in-flight entertainment (IFE) content on your personal electronic devices (PED) on SpiceJet flights with the low cost carrier (LCC) streaming the content free of charge on its aircraft. The airline says content for the IFE “SpicEngage” is aimed at an audience across all ages.
SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh said: “I am excited to announce the launch of our new in-flight entertainment system, SpicEngage, which will vastly improve the onboard experience of our flyers. Passengers can now use their own phones and tablets onboard SpiceJet to watch their favourite shows, play games, read and do much more. SpicEngage, much like SpiceMax, is a unique offering from SpiceJet that will make air travel spicier.”
SpiceJet says it is the first and only Indian low cost airline to launch this free service. “SpicEngage will host a plethora of content broadly classified under five categories – Watch, Play, Explore, Read and Eat. In the ‘Watch’ section, flyers will be able to watch cartoons, popular web series like ‘Permanent Roommates’ and ‘What the Folks’, stand-up comedy videos by popular artists besides short movies,” the airline says.
“The ‘Explore’ section throws open a platform for travel and lifestyle enthusiasts offering tips and guidance on fashion, tours and beyond. ‘Read’ section offers a whole lot of content especially for well-read travellers. The section also offers ‘city guides’ that can come handy for travel-hardened flyers keen on city tours,” the airline adds.

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