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The Entertainment amenity covers a wide range of passenger entertainment options. Entertainment data includes the method of delivery to the passenger (e.g., overhead screens, wireless streaming, distributed tablets, seatback screens); content types such as audio-video on demand, loop video, and live TV; and the cost associated with each type. In cases where more than one entertainment type is deployed in a single cabin, multiple combinations of each type are available.

Available data elements

Attribute Value(s) Description
id e.g. 1 Unique numerical identifier
display_text e.g. “On demand entertainment” Up to 30-character string (English). See character limits by language
quality n/a better standard An assessment of the best entertainment type available
cost free paid n/a Whether there is a charge to access any available entertainment
exists no n/a yes One or more entertainment types available
type livetv loop n/a none on-demand overhead pre-download seatback streaming tablet The best entertainment type available
offerings 0 or many groups of entertainment offerings If an aircraft has more than one entertainment type available the groups are separated using and. If the entertainment types are uncertain the groups are separated using or including all possibilities.
delivery_medium in-seat n/a none overhead pre-download streaming tablet How the entertainment is delivered to the passenger for an entertainment offering
content_type avod iptv livetv movies n/a tvshows The type of content available for an entertainment offering
selection_type n/a on-demand live loop How the content is selected for an entertainment offering
updated_at ISO 8601 formatted field e.g. 2015-11-04T09:20:22Z Indicates when the data element was last updated

Full set of values available via the amenities /entertainments endpoint

Entertainment type definitions

Type Description
none No entertainment is provided
livetv Live satellite television channels are available
loop Entertainment is played on a continuous loop, with content restarting on set intervals
on-demand Entertainment options are on-demand, allowing passengers to pause, fast forward, or rewind
overhead Overhead monitors with broadcast content are available
seatback Entertainment is provided through screens in the seatback, rather than overhead screens
pre-download Entertainment is made available to download pre-flight via app for playback on passengers’ own devices
streaming Entertainment is made available over a WiFi signal for playback on passengers’ own devices
tablet Entertainment is available on an airline provided tablet, such as an iPad
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