China Radio International (CRI) and the China National Aviation Holding Company (CNAH) have agreed to cooperate on in-flight broadcast and internet services.
According to a strategic cooperation agreement signed in Beijing, CRI will provide news and information, music, films, TV series, documentaries, radio programs as well as new media productions for CNAH's in-flight entertainment system. The cooperation will take advantage of CRI's broadcasting in 65 languages to serve
CNAH's international passengers, especially in flights along the Belt and Road routes. CNAH, the parent company of China's national flag carrier Air China, will help promote CRI's media products globally with its route network linking more than 1,300 destinations across over 190 countries and regions.This is the first time that CNAH has entered into in-depth cooperation with a state-owned media institution for its aircraft.