Air Canada is now showing content from Apple TV+ onboard its flights.
Passengers can watch some of the movies and TV shows available on Apple TV+ during their flights, even if they’re not subscribers.
Apple TV+ is an American subscription streaming service owned and operated by Apple. It only shows original (i.e. made for Apple TV+) content and is Apple’s rival to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+.
The partnership means that programs like Ted Lasso, Bad Sisters, Severance, Foundation and more will be available to all Air Canada passengers.
Air Canada IFE
All content onboard Air Canada’s inflight entertainment equipped aircraft is free for all passengers. BUT, they have to pay for Wi-Fi.
Air Canada passengers can watch more than 2,500 hours of movies, TV shows, podcasts, and other content from a range of providers now including Apple TV+.
The airline’s partnership with Apple follows their recent collaboration with Mattel which brings more family fun with some of the most popular kids’ shorts.
In May, Air Canada began offering free messaging for all Aeroplan members worldwide on all Wi-Fi equipped aircraft across Air Canada’s fleet, including Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express flights.
Passengers can send and receive text-based messages via onboard Wi-Fi using popular messaging apps including Apple’s iMessage, Meta’s WhatsApp and Messenger, Rakuten’s Viber, and Messages by Google.
Live Canadian TV
Air Canada offer live Canadian TV, with English and French channels, on board some flights in Canada.
About Air Canada
Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline and flag carrier.
It provides scheduled service directly to more than 180 airports in Canada, the United States and Internationally on six continents.
Air Canada provides scheduled passenger service directly to:
- 50 airports in Canada
- 47 in the United States
- 69 internationally
Air Canada operates over 190 aircraft, including:
- 33 Airbus A220
- 3 Airbus A319
- 18 Airbus A320
- 15 Airbus A321
- 18 Airbus A330
- 40 Boeing 737 MAX 8
- 25 Boeing 777
- 38 Boeing 787
In 2019, Air Canada, together with its Air Canada Express regional partners, carried over 51 million passengers.