Airline Virgin Atlantic has announced that it is to increase the inflight entertainment options it offers thanks to a collaboration with a popular magazine, in news that may be of interest to those on flights to Australia.

Airline Virgin Atlantic has announced that it is to increase the inflight entertainment options it offers thanks to a collaboration with a popular magazine, in news that may be of interest to those on flights to Australia.

The carrier will join forces with NME magazine, allowing it to provide exclusive rock shows on its inflight systems, as well as extra material in its onboard magazine Seatback.

This will include music news and reviews, as well as chances for passengers to win tickets to NME rock nights.

Virgin Atlantic creative director Lysette Gauna said: “It’s great to be collaborating with such an iconic publication and we know our passengers are going to really enjoy the channel created by NME, as well as checking out their choices in the playlist.”

Last month, it was reported that Virgin passengers travelling Upper Class from Terminal 3 at Heathrow will now be able to get through the check-in process in 40 minutes.

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