Canada-based all-you-can-read digital newspaper and magazine platform PressReader has announced its has partnered with JetBlue, the only major US airline to offer fast, free, high-speed Fly-Fi internet access on its planes, the company said.
PressReader, Showtime, Spotify, and INSCAPE are among JetBlue´s new complimentary in-flight entertainment offerings.
Currently JetBlue customers get 24 hours of free unlimited access to PressReader´s entire catalog, including publications like Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, New York Magazine, Variety, and Rolling Stone, when they connect to JetBlue´s onboard Fly-Fi and sign up. PressReader access has been rolled out in conjunction with JetBlue´s other new entertainment options, which include full seasons of the latest shows from Showtime, binge-worthy podcasts from Spotify, guided meditations from INSCAPE and much more. And the best part: it´s all free.
JetBlue joins PressReader´s growing roster of airline partners like Cathay Pacific, Air Canada, Turkish Airlines, British Airways, and Iberia who are supercharging inflight entertainment at every point of the customer journey. And by investing in a sustainable product like PressReader, JetBlue´s doing their part to fight climate change without sacrificing passenger convenience and choice.
PressReader with offices in Vancouver, Dublin and Manila, is building a place for people to find great content from anywhere in the world, offering readers unlimited access to leading newspapers and magazines.
JetBlue is New York´s Hometown Airline® and a leading carrier in Boston, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Los Angeles (Long Beach), Orlando and San Juan. JetBlue carries more than 42 million customers per year to 100-plus cities in the United States, Caribbean and Latin America, with an average of more than 1,000 daily flights.