BMIBaby takes the anti-tech route to in-flight entertainment

While airlines around the world are battling to develop the most technologically advanced in-flight entertainment systems, BMIBaby has gone the other way.

On-board opera. Live!

The project, dubbed Enterplanement (groan!), was carried out on a recent flight from London to the Czech Republic capital of Prague and featured Vera Likerova from the city’s famous State Opera.

The most web-savvy element of the entire exercise is that the airline put the results on YouTube.


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Kevin May

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Kevin May was a co-founder and member of the editorial team from September 2009 to June 2017.



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  1. Martino

    I can already hear the lager louts on the way to their stag weekend in Prague cheering her up!

  2. Graham

    Those people looked so uncomfortable while she was singing! (Girl at 40 seconds, bottom right).

    So how do you mute this?


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