Your leisure options on the aircraft
You have different videogames on your personal screen on intercontinental flights on A340/600 aircraft: Minesweeper, Caveman, Solitaire, Black Jack, Reverse and Volcanix.
All your flight environment on a directory from the perspective of the camera mounted on the tail. Available on the A340/600 fleet.
To your taste
Choose from a variety of international movies premieres and music in the highest digital quality from your seat, where you can control the contents of your screen through a simple and intuitive menu.
And if you travel in Business Plus…
Emails and text messages keep you connected
From the customised screen on your seat you can send and receive emails and text messages and receive the replies.
How to send and receive messages
When you send the first text message or email, the system will remain open to receiving messages even if you close the application.
Messages will be stored in your in-tray and you can consult them by swiping your credit card at no cost. When the flight ends, all of the messages will be cleared automatically.
- Cards accepted: Visa, Diners Club, American Express and MasterCard.
- Cost: $US2.10 per message.
- Maximum message length: 160 characters.
- Customer service centre: email@example.com
Starting 1 April 2013 you will not be able to send text messages to phones in the USA or Canada due to regulations in these countries.
For security reasons, you will be charged €US50 as pre-authorisation until your card is validated. Once it has been validated, you will be refunded the difference. We apologise for the inconvenience
You can make calls
There is a telephone in your seat so you can talk in comfort.
The call cost per minute or fraction is €US9.95
For security reasons, you will be charged €US50 as pre-authorisation until your card is validated. Once it has been validated, we will refund you the charge and put through the service payment. We apologise for the inconvenience
Customer service centre:
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Calls cannot be made to free numbers or the international information service. These devices do not allow calls to be received either.