To help customers get in the festive spirit at 38,000 feet this season, British Airways has added a selection of Christmas treats to its in-flight entertainment system.
Up to 40 new films, TV show episodes, audio books and music CDs have been introduced under the ‘Festive Cheer’ category.
‘The Holiday’ and ‘Elf’, last year’s two most popular Christmas films on board return, alongside ‘Gremlins’, ‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’, ‘Scrooged’ and ‘Miracle on 34th Street’.
In terms of television, customers can relive classics like 'The Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special' or hone their lunch preparation with 'Nigella: At My Table Christmas Special 2017'.
And for those who prefer to listen to tree-mendous music, there are carols from The Choir of King’s College Cambridge.
The festive season is a special time for customers and this new channel will help them to feel particularly Christmassy on British Airways flights.
To accompany the festive inflight entertainment, British Airways will also be serving Christmas meals on flights as the day approaches.