On the “Best In-flight Entertainment System in the World”

Emirates celebrates celebrities, above the clouds

Passengers on the airline's flights this October can enjoy watching various films and documentaries.

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Emirates Airline presents on its inflight information, communication and entertainment system “ice” a group of documentaries and famous films of prominent personalities of the 20th century.

Passengers on the carrier's flights, this October, can enjoy watching various films and works, including documentaries about the late Queen Elizabeth II, Elvis Presley, and the Beatles, on personal video screens.

Celebrating its victory for the 17th year in a row as the “Best In-flight Entertainment System in the World” at the World Airlines Skytrax Awards, the October schedule on Emirates flights includes exclusive new releases, such as “Elizabeth .. a picture in parts”. , in a tribute that charts the Queen's life on a creative and emotional journey over the 70 years of her accession to the throne.

Travelers are also enjoying the new movie Elvis, a musical biographical drama directed by Baz Luhrmann, which has been a huge box office hit since its release last June.

Fans of Elvis can also immerse themselves in his extraordinary musical career with a selection of six of his classic films, and two more documentaries about the rock and roll star are also available.

Music-loving travelers can explore the Beatles, one of the world's most famous bands, in the new documentary The Beatles and India, a unique historical record of the enduring love affair between the Beatles and India, featuring archival footage, rare photographs and expert commentary on the contrast between the two. Celebrities' fast-paced lives in the West and their search for spirituality in India inspired creative songwriting.

Action-lovers travelers will enjoy watching the new documentary "Val", which explores the life of Hollywood star Val Kilmer.

The data indicates that the most watched films on the Emirates entertainment system since the beginning of this year until now are documentaries, action, thrillers and comedies, most notably Spider-Man: No Way Home, the latest James Bond movie No Time to Die and the Oscar-winning King Richard movie starring Will Smith.

Documentaries about the late Queen Elizabeth II, Elvis Presley and the Beatles, on personal video screens.

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