American Airlines Expands Inflight Entertainment With Free Access to Rosetta Stone and Skillshare
Starting June 1, 2021, customers traveling on American Airlines will be able to brush up on their language, sketching or interior design skills. The carrier is expanding their inflight lifestyle entertainment choices with free access to Rosetta Stone, Skillshare and more.
On Thursday (May 27, 2021), American Airlines announced an expansion of their inflight lifestyle entertainment choices with free access to Rosetta Stone, Skillshare and the airline’s own new Lifestyle inflight entertainment channel. Starting June 1st, 2021, customers can choose from a collection of over 150 creative, productivity or language classes, and learn for free. Rosetta Stone offers bite-sized lessons that allows guests to brush up on their Italian, Spanish, French, German, Japanese or Mandarin language skills, while Skillshare is the world’s largest online learning community for creativity.
In Thursday’s announcement, American Airline’ managing Director of Premium Customer Experience and Onboard Products, Clarissa Sebastian, said,
“The importance of personal enrichment has grown over the past year, but so have the varying priorities competing for our attention. We are thrilled to team up with Rosetta Stone and Skillshare to introduce new, interactive ways for our customers to spend their time with us.”
Customers can access all free inflight entertainment options, including a library of up to 600 movies and TV shows on their own personal devices. For access, customers simply enable airplane mode on their device and connect to the “AA-Inflight” signal. Once connected, all content can be accessed via aainflight.com. As previously mentioned, American has also launched a new Lifestyle IFE channel which includes customer favorites such Calm, Austin City Limits, live music and concert performances.
American Airlines’ purpose is to “care for people on life’s journey.” Shares in the American Airlines Group, Inc., trade on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol AAL and the company’s stock is included in the S&P 500.
Source: American Airlines