With carefully curated selections of mainstream Hollywood and independent American movies to enjoy on board, Air France and Delta Air Lines bring the silver screen to seat-back screens at 30,000 feet.
And this year, the airlines have teamed up as official airline partners of the 45th annual Deauville American Film Festival for the fifth consecutive year. The festival, which runs from September 6-15, celebrates the best of the American film industry.
More ways to L.A.
Air France and Delta operate up to three daily services from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Los Angeles, offering a convenient schedule that links the famous boulevards of Hollywood and Deauville. This year, Delta’s nonstop Paris-L.A. service has increased to a daily operation, responding to a strong demand for nonstop travel between Paris and the U.S. west coast.
More than 1,400 hours of inflight entertainment in Air France cabins
With over 38,000 seats equipped with in-seat video screens on long-haul flights and more than 1,400 hours of programming each month, available in 12 languages, Air France is one of the world's biggest cinemas! The company offers French and international movies, TV series, cartoons, documentaries, music and games available on its inflight entertainment channels.
Air France Studio, Air France’s audiovisual and cinematographic production offer
Air France Studio celebrates the world of film, fashion and media by providing professionals with a variety of Air France sets – on board or at the foot of an airplane on the tarmac, in an airport lounge, a check-in desk or in a vast maintenance hangar.
Air France and movies, a real love story
The French airline has supported the world of cinema for many years, notably through emblematic partnerships with Unifrance, Cannes Film festival, Deauville American Film Festival, and more. Air France thus supports and promotes cinema worldwide.