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DXB offers passengers access to new streaming app

Posted 14 July 2020 · Add Comment

Dubai Airports has entered a strategic partnership with OSN, a regional entertainment provider, to give passengers at Dubai International (DXB) complimentary access to OSN’s new streaming app.

DXB offers passengers access to new streaming app with OSN.  Image: Emirates Airlines.

As the top ranked international airport welcomes customers back through its doors following the resumption of scheduled services, the partnership has been developed to provide premium and exclusive entertainment to travellers on their journey through DXB.

 

Eugene Barry, executive vice president of commercial at Dubai Airports said of the partnership: “We are responding to the changing behaviour and expectations of our customers, and the demand for quality, exclusive digital content is a trend that we see growing in importance. We are delighted to partner with one of the region’s most popular online entertainment providers and are excited to offer OSN’s new digital platform to our travellers. The OSN streaming app, now available to all DXB customers, continues to build on the capabilities of our popular WOW-Fi platform, and further strengthens our commitment to deliver a unique customer experience at DXB.”

 

The streaming service provides exclusive access to original content from DISNEY+, HBO, Universal, and many other major Hollywood studios in addition to Arabic and documentaries.

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