Entertainment on the world's top 3 carriers
The fast-growing airline is No. 1 in this year's World Airline Awards.
Entertainment: Passengers get over 1,500 channels of movies, TV shows and more.
The Airshow map application features an external camera that captures views of the sky.
The widescreen high-definition TV screens on board measure at 12.1 inches in economy class (on new Boeing 777 and A380 fleets), according to Airliners.net, which compiles airline information.
The national carrier, which ranks No. 3 in this year's World Airline Awards, is now adding touchscreen handsets to its in-flight systems.
Entertainment: Passengers can access 1,462 movies, TV shows, radio programmes and 3-D games. Additions include a travel forum, and an improved Flight path iXplor 2 program allows passengers to view points of interests - like the Taj Mahal - when the aircraft passes over it.
Voted the No. 2 airline in this year's World Airline Awards, it has consistently ranked well in the past few years.
Entertainment: Passengers get over 1,000 movies, TV shows, audio programmes, games and more. The current touchscreen handsets are Android-based.
OnAir in-flight Wi-Fi and mobile services are available on selected flights. TV screens on the Boeing 787-8 in economy class measure at 10.6 inches, according to website Cruisinaltitude.com.