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Continental Airlines has completed the installation of an Audio Video On Demand (AVOD) system on its entire Boeing 777 fleet.

The fleet of 20 Boeing 777 aircraft is now equipped with the state-of-the-art on-demand entertainment system in every seat.

Continentals Boeing 777 aircraft currently fly on all daily non-stop Transpacific routes, namely Hong Kong-New York, Beijing-New York, Shanghai-New York, Tokyo-New York, and Tokyo-Houston.

 Passengers flying these routes will now not only be able to enjoy the airlines award-winning cabin service, but also be treated to a richer inflight entertainment experience.

The entertainment unit has been installed on all seats in both BusinessFirst and Economy Class cabins, giving passengers a choice of up to 250 movies, 350 short programs, 3,000 songs and 25 interactive video games to enjoy.

 In addition, the system offers a number of foreign language learning programs offered by Berlitz Word Traveler.

 When the system is activated, passengers can request their favorite programs whenever they choose. The units easy-to-use touch-screen controls allow viewers to stop, pause, rewind and fast forward any program anytime they want.

Ever since the rollout of the new system we have been receiving positive feedback from customers. It is one of the most important tools we have at our disposal to win customers in the present tough economic environment, said Charles Duncan, Managing Director of Sales and Marketing Asia Pacific of Continental Airlines.

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