British Airways Brings James Bond’s SPECTRE Onboard
British Airways has announced that James Bond’s latest box office smash SPECTRE will soon be seen on the airline's flights around the world.
From February 1, the runaway hit, SPECTRE, will be available for customers to watch for free on the airline’s High Life Entertainment system, available on long-haul flights.
SPECTRE was a huge critical and box office success for star Daniel Craig in his fourth outing as the eponymous spy, and made more than $300m.
Troy Warfield, British Airways’ director of customer experience, said: “We’re delighted to be bringing the best of British to our customers on long-haul flights around the world.
“As well as being a classic film, SPECTRE combines the extraordinary talent of three amazing Britons in director Sam Mendes, singer Sam Smith and actor Daniel Craig.”
Last year the airline showed a selection of films from the long-running series, which first burst onto the big screen in 1962 with Dr No.