Posted on: 12 August 2016 by Mark Howells
In an enhancement to AirAsia’s existing in-flight Wi-Fi service, roKKi, passengers flying on select Malaysia AirAsia flights can now use the platform to access complimentary in-flight entertainment (IFE).
So far, 33 aircraft have been equipped with roKKi, which now offers passengers videos produced by AirAsia on travel, fashion and sports, as well as content from Malaysian film production company Astro Shaw.
To celebrate the new service, Temuan Takdir – an Astro Shaw film – was debuted on selected AirAsia flights, marking the first Malaysian movie to be released in-flight before appearing in cinemas.
Other content featured on the roKKi platform includes international and regional music videos, destination guides by Travel3Sixty, in-flight menu and duty-free shopping catalogues for Malaysia AirAsia flights and interactive games.
AirAsia Berhad’s CEO, Aireen Omar (pictured), said, “Connectivity is a necessity, and AirAsia is happy to provide roKKi Wi-Fi to all our guests, and we are very excited to share the enhancements we’ve made to the roKKi platform. Now, our guests will be able to enjoy free entertainment on their own devices while they fly, with a wide range of content from local to international made available for everyone.
“I would like to congratulate the roKKi team for pushing the envelope and making this possible,” added Omar. “We look forward to welcoming guests on board our roKKi-enabled flights, and hope that they will take advantage of this free in-flight entertainment as well as utilise the roKKi Chats and Internet plans, which are available at affordable prices.”
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