Imagining IFE on Future Flights to Mars

By March 2nd, 2016

Interior of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo. Image via Forbes.com

Interior of Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo. Image via Forbes.com

In the aviation industry, it’s pertinent to look five, 10, even 20 years ahead. In a recent article for billionaire.com, Spafax CEO Niall McBain looks to the not-so-distant future of commercial flights to space and imagines how aerospace companies will keep their passengers entertained on their +50 million kilometre journey from Earth:

“What might an Emirates Interplanetary First Class look like? I’d compare the line-up to BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, where celebrity guests must choose only eight songs, books and luxury items based on the knowledge that return to Earth is not a given.”

Read the full article here and check out what other Spafax executives are tweeting about for their in-flight entertainment to Mars!


Raymond Girard | CEO, Spafax Content Marketing Americas


Arjun Basu | Senior Vice President, Content Strategy


Nino Di Cara | Executive Vice President, Content Marketing