ANA will become the first airline in Japan to deliver universally accessible entertainment on international flights. The service starting in November includes subtitles to help hard-of-hearing passengers understand dialogue and musical lyrics, as well as audio explanations to communicate on-screen movements and scenes to visually impaired customers. Both subtitles and audio explanations will be available in English and/or Japanese.
In addition, in an effort to attract more international travelers as a global leading airline, ANA is boosting the amount of foreign language programming. In November, ANA’s international flights will offer content from among 12 languages.
The flights will also feature ANA’s original programming introducing Japan. The series “SKY EYE” introduces individual regions of Japan, and will be available in English and Japanese. Theme-focused program “IS JAPAN COOL?” will be available in English, Chinese and Japanese.
For further details about ANA’s in-flight entertainment, please visit https://www.ana.co.jp/wws/japan/e/asw_common/serviceinfo/inflight/guide/movie/© Japan Today