JetBlue, the only major U.S. airline to offer seatback screens at every seat, is at it again and is expanding its inflight entertainment options. The airline will add more popular offerings from INSCAPE, Spotify, PressReader and SHOWTIME. The new offerings include:
INSCAPE: Flyers who want to relax and meditate on the plane will love the offerings by INSCAPE. Those on board will be able to learn some meditation tricks and breathing exercises. There are also five custom sessions available created exclusively for JetBlue. Nervous flyers will love the 'Flying Without Fear' session, while those who want to avoid jet lag can take advantage of the 'Jet Lag Relief' session so they can arrive to their destination with plenty of energy.
SHOWTIME: With Showtime, travelers will be able to binge-watch full seasons of some of the top shows, all without having to view a single commercial.
PressReader: By accessing PressReader, passengers can read the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone Magazine, Newsweek and New York Magazine, along with many other favorites. Guests will have unlimited access to thousands of news publications and magazines from all over the United States.
Spotify: The carrier's exclusive podcast partner will bring popular podcasts from Spotify Studios, Gimlet, Parcast and Anchor to passengers aboard JetBlue flights. Passengers can look forward to titles such as Business of HYPE, Conspiracy Theories, Dope Labs, Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff and others are now available.
That's not all. The airline is also introducing new content on JetBlue TV, its very own seatback channel. JetBlue is striving to offer shows for everyone and the new programming will include an assortment of videos related to travel, lifestyle, food, health and wellness as well as business.
JetBlue has always aimed to provide a superior inflight entertainment experience. The airline already offers more than 100 channels of DIRECTV® and approximately 60 full seasons of the most popular TV shows.