Cathay Pacific to screen Wimbledon Championships inflight
14 Jun 2005
Cathay Pacific Airways will screen daily coverage of the 2005 Wimbledon Championships on StudioCX
, the airline’s acclaimed multi-channel inflight entertainment system.
Match highlights will be shown from 21 June to 4 July and updated daily for all flights. The 10-minute show, bringing the all the results and best action, will be screened together with CNN World News and Hong Kong Cable TV news programme and with Samsung Transworld Sports on our StudioCX
News & Sports channel.
In June, StudioCX
highlights also include an array of blockbuster and first-release movies. Big-name movies, comedies and features include:
- Million Dollar Baby, with Clint Eastwood and Hilary Swank. The movie won four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor.
- Hitch with Will Smith and Eva Mendes
- Be Cool with John Travolta and Uma Thurman
- The Phantom of The Opera with Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum
Cathay Pacific offers a wide choice of Asian entertainment, including at least six Asian movies each month, from Hong Kong, Korea or Japan. This month includes:
- House of Fury starring Anthony Wong, Gillian Chung and Stephen Fung
- Seoul Raiders starring Tony Leung and Richie Jen
- Everybody Has Secrets starring Lee Byung Heon and Choi Ji Woo
Popular television comedy shows on the Laughter channel include Friends, Will & Grace and The Office. Toontime and Kidz channels continue to provide exciting entertainment with Lilo & Stitch and A Bug’s Life.
Cathay Pacific StudioCX
inflight entertainment system offers all passengers more than 20 entertainment channels through the personal television installed on every seat. Its audio and video on demand system on long-haul flights offers First and Business Class passengers more than 350 hours of entertainment.
|StudioCX, Cathay Pacific's multi-channel inflight entertainment system||Million Dollar Baby, with Clint Eastwood and Hilary Swank.|
| House of Fury starring Anthony Wong, Gillian Chung and Stephen Fung||Wimbledon Championships on StudioCX|