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    Inflight entertainment from go to whoa
    12:30PM Wednesday June 11, 2008



    It's always been one of the perils of flying - the guy in the next seat who wants to talk your ears off.

    But from now on you don't have to dread being seated next to that lonely life insurance salesman from Wellington on his way to a conference in Sydney.

    You can block him out right from the word go.

    Customers flying on Air New Zealand 777 and 747 aircraft can now enjoy their personal seat-back entertainment system from the moment they sit down till the moment the aircraft lands.

    Previously the system could only be turned on once the aircraft was airborne and was turned off again early in descent to prepare the cabin for landing.

    Air New Zealand Group General Manager International Airline Ed Sims says the enhancement provides on average an extra hour of viewing time per flight to enjoy more than 250 movies and TV programmes and extensive CD library.

    More here.
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    Now, can they do anything about the two fat guys I generally find myself seated between, who immediately fall into a coma as soon as they sit down and snore their heads off for the duration of the flight?
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