Aeroflot, no longer offering streaming services, suggests passengers use flights for 'digital detox'
The Russian airline Aeroflot is no longer providing streaming services for passengers to watch films or listen to music during flights.
According to the airline’s Telegram channel, the service has become inaccessible due to the “refusal of foreign suppliers” on A320, A321, and Boeing 737 models, which account for almost all of the company’s planes.
Aeroflot assured passengers that the lack of streaming services is temporary. “We’re already working on a new, domestic solution, which we’ll be happy to provide for you in the New Year!” read its statement. In the meantime, the company suggested, passengers can take a “December digital detox during their flight.”