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Fly- fi from Jetblue, movies from American, Made in Milan by Excelsior Gallia Hotel, French Kiss, only in Marriott Champes Elysee

 

Let them entertain you at a height The lure for passengers in the near future may be what entertainment airlines have on board and how it can be accessed. Jetblue Airlines have announced a partnership with Amazon Prime to allow passengers stream some content directly to personal devices for free. The Fly-fi wifi service is being rolled out across the Jetblue fleet at present. American Airlines will be offering free movies on many domestic routes with the launch of the Gogo streaming service. United Airlines taken to court On the other hand, a woman plans to sue United Airlines in a $5 million class-action lawsuit for deceiving passengers about the lack of in-flight wifi access. Ms Cary M David was travelling from Puerto Rico to Newark and paid $7.99 for the DirecTV on-board service. She discovered it only operated over US soil and worked for about 10 minutes. The airline said notices about the limitations of the wifi access are displayed on all aircraft.

Explore Milan with Excelsior To celebrate the reopening following a major renovation the Excelsior Hotel Gallia in Milan commissioned a short film. Made in Milan, directed by Matt Tyrnauer. It is an introduction to the city’s tastemakers, shares unique insights about the lesser known places and tempts you to explore. Watch Made in Milan on http://www.excelsiorhotelgallia.com/en/made-in-milan.

Marriott movie set for release Marriott Content Studios’ second short film, French Kiss, is due for release next Tuesday, May 19th. Set in and around the Marriott Hotel Champs Elysée, it is a magical romance that could only happen in Paris. Ethan (Tyler Ritter) is led on a journey through the city by alluring Margaux, watch it next week on Marriott.com. There’s a trailer available on Youtube. com.

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