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Entertainment Choices On SIA Ultra Long-Haul A345

March 2004

More Entertainment Choices On SIA’s Latest Ultra Long-Haul A345leadership Aircraft

From this month (March 2004) travellers on Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) newest ultra long-haul aircraft, the A345LeaderShip, can select from twice as many movies on KrisWorld, SIA’s renowned inflight entertainment system.

Exclusive to the A345LeaderShip, that flies non-stop between Singapore and Los Angeles, KrisWorld will feature 60 movies on-demand. This bumper increase brings the total number of entertainment options on the A345LeaderShip available to all passengers to over 300.

Movies featured this month include Hollywood blockbusters “The Last Samurai”, “Something’s Gotta Give”, and “The Matrix Revolution”. Other international movie hits include “Love Actually” (UK), “Swimming Pool” (France), “Goodbye Lenin!” (Germany), “Infernal Affairs II” (Hong Kong), “Like Asura” (Japan), and, “Jhankaar Beats” and “Priyamana Thozhi” (India).

Those who enjoy playing computer games will also be thrilled to find seven new PC games and two brand new Nintendo® game titles to choose from in KrisWorld. PC games like “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” and “Bejewelled” look set to keep travellers glued to their TV monitors . Other games include “Cyber Klash”, “Colour Blaster”, and “Mario Tennis” and “Mario Golf” from Nintendo®.

KrisWorld on SIA’s A345LeaderShip offers more than 300 entertainment options, including video and audio programming, games and news. Customers can choose from a selection of 60 movies, more than 75 TV programmes and a host of music, technology, travel and children’s programmes, over 100 music CD albums, and more than 30 Nintendo® games. With “on-demand” audio, TV, and movie channels, the passenger is able to pause, fast-forward or rewind a CD or movie anytime.

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