Our new entertainment system puts you in charge of your own personal screen as you cross the Atlantic. Play, pause, rewind or fast-forward a wide range of blockbuster movies, classic films, TV programmes and box sets or music videos at your leisure. Play games or stay connected with Wi-Fi and our mobile network. We’ve got so much to choose from, you’ll never be bored in-flight!

Despite having solid field training, CIA analyst Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) has spent her entire career as a desk jockey, working hand-in-hand with dashing agent Bradley Fine (Jude Law). Using high-tech equipment and a hidden earpiece, Susan is the guardian angel who helps Bradley avoid danger. However, when Bradley is assassinated Susan wrangles her way into her first undercover assignment to help capture the culprit.

Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne, Jude Law

Director: Paul Feig

Years after the collapse of civilization, the tyrannical Immortan Joe enslaves apocalypse survivors inside the desert fortress the Citadel. When the warrior Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) leads the despot's five wives in a daring escape, she forges an alliance with Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), a loner and former captive. Fortified in the massive, armored truck the War Rig, they try to outrun the ruthless warlord and his henchmen in a deadly high-speed chase through the Wasteland.

Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult

Director: George Miller

Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is a happy, hockey-loving 11-year-old Midwestern girl, but her world turns upside down when she and her parents move to San Francisco. Riley's emotions - led by Joy (Amy Poehler) - try to guide her through this difficult, life changing event. However, the stress of the move brings Sadness (Phyllis Smith) to the forefront. When Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley's mind, the only emotions left in Headquarters are Anger, Fear and Disgust.

Starring: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black

Director: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen

Forced out of his own company by former protégé Darren Cross, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) recruits Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), a master thief just released from prison. Lang becomes Ant-Man, trained by Pym and armed with a suit that allows him to shrink in size, possess superhuman strength and control an army of ants. The miniature hero must use his new skills to prevent Cross from perfecting the same technology and using it as a weapon for evil.

Starring: Paul Rudd, Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, Adam McKay

Director: Peyton Reed

Maya Forbes autobiographically inflected Infinitely Polar Bear stars Mark Ruffalo as Cameron, a man who suffers from bipolar disorder. After a breakdown forces him to leave his family and move into a halfway house, he attempts to rebuild a relationship with his two daughters, and win back his wife Maggie (Zoe Saldana). When Maggie decides to go to business school in New York, they decide that he will move back in and take care of the kids. Due to his mercurial nature, this leads to a series of quirky, funny, and sometimes frightening episodes.

Starring: Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, Imogene Wolodarsky

Director: Maya Forbes

When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance against Skynet, sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect his mother, Sarah (Emilia Clarke), from a Terminator assassin, an unexpected turn of events creates an altered timeline. Instead of a scared waitress, Sarah is a skilled fighter and has a Terminator guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger) by her side. Faced with unlikely allies and dangerous new enemies, Reese sets out on an unexpected new mission: reset the future.

Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke

Director: Alan Taylor

Modern Family first hit our screens in 2010, and has become somewhat of a cultural defining series. Now, with four consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series and a Golden Globe for Best Comedy TV Series, Modern Family returns with Season 6. Two episodes are available on board your Aer Lingus flight.

Those with a more anarchic sense of humour might appreciate two new episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Also on board are multiple episodes of New Girl, The Big Bang Theory, Girls and Togetherness.

As we witness a golden age in TV drama, Aer Lingus offers engaging choices with boxsets of Fargo, The Walking Dead and Mad Men on offer, as well as multiple episodes from the highly acclaimed series, Game of Thrones and a return to fan favourites, The Sopranos and The Wire.

Kids will surely enjoy Learn To Draw - an educational drawing show, presented by energetic international cartoonist Øistein Kristiansen, which demonstrates new techniques and gives inspiration to get kids drawing!

Fans of Learn to Draw may also enjoy charming animated series Pip Ahoy! or an imaginative episode of Rocka-Bye Island. Teens may be more inclined to view and enjoy Austin and Ally, a sitcom about a young internet celebrity or Marvel’s Avengers Assemble starring some much-loved comic characters.

Enjoy highlights of the Big Apple as John Fitzpatrick, CEO of Fitzpatrick Hotels North America, invites us to explore his quintessentially Irish hotel and his version of New York in the TV short, Fitzpatrick Hotels New York. For more on Irish culture, food and music, tune into Other Voices, Kitchen Hero with Donal Skehan and Coasts of Ireland, in which Ireland's beautiful coastlines are explored.

In this month’s episode of Video Killed the Radio Star we meet with iconic bands and artists, such as Guns 'n' Roses, Fleetwood Mac, Metallica, A-Ha, Bon Jovi and Bryan Adams. Also available are Pawn Stars, The Art Of Mixology, Project Runways All Stars and Jamie’s Comfort Food.

Our human senses are pretty incredible - but we only see, hear and smell a tiny fraction of what’s out there. Tune into Super Senses to explore the extraordinary sense of smell that some animals possess.

Also available on board are Bullit, which features an exclusive look at the sport of jousting, National Geographic’s Megafactories and Cosmos: A Space Odyssey, hosted by astrophysicist, Neil DeGrasse Tyson. For more on Ireland and Irish culture, tune into Building Ireland, which sees Orla Murphy, Susan Hegarty and Tim Joyce explore St John's Cathedral in Limerick, or Tracks and Trails featuring travel journalist and broadcaster Pól O Conghaile.

Sports fans shouldn’t miss Focus 2, which takes the public behind the slick veneer of some of the most successful athletes on the planet to shine a light on their everyday battles, the shadow of retirement and the driving force that inspires them to keep beating the odds.

Also on board are Sporting Rivalries: England vs. France (a must-watch for rugby fans!), The Fast Lane for those with an interest in motorsport, and HSBC: Golfing World 2015.

This month, Bloomberg's Inside takes you behind the scenes of the world's biggest restaurant chain, McDonald's. In this episode we find out what's in the secret sauce and how a restaurant built on burgers and fries stays competitive in a world of changing appetites. Also from Bloomberg are The Alibaba Story, looking at Alibaba's rise from a small Internet upstart in China to one of the most valuable tech companies in the world, and The Great Disrupters, chronicling the most innovative ideas over the last 85 years.

Meanwhile, EuroNews bring us Business Planet, Real Economy and Science - all of which cast a cold eye over economics, technology and scientific developments.

The announcement of Fargo, the series caused consternation - why besmirch the legacy of a much-loved Coen brothers classic? And on the surface, it seems like a pointless exercise - same nebbishy lead, same supporting cast of criminal misfits, same frozen location. Another bleakly comic, snow-sunk Midwestern gothic. But the antic morality at the centre of the Coens' original film is more or less absent. Instead, we're dealing with something closer to the reigning spirit of today's TV drama - violence, nihilism, and a whole lot of anti-heroic behavior. This might be because the TV format provides fewer opportunities for the Coen's trademark narrative non-sequiturs, as every seemingly superfluous detail is a possible lead for a future twist.

Since this is only Season 1, we don't really have to worry about that stuff just yet. It's enough to just sit back and marvel at the well-wrought drama of each episode. The characters are compellingly drawn, on the thrilling border between verisimilitude and caricature, especially Billy Bob Thornton's Lorne Malvo. ("There are no saints in the animal kingdom," he says, "just breakfast and dinner.") In fact, the most pertinent Coen comparison isn't with Fargo - it's with No Country For Old Men, their 2007 Cormac McCarthy adaptation. We wait on tenterhooks for a second season that's set to rival Breaking Bad.

That The Walking Dead even managed to stumble to a fifth season is a testament to the show’s quality. Since the very first episode, a sort of zombie apocalypse has been taking place behind the scenes. Cast and crew infighting, budgeting problems and a revolving door of showrunners led to several near-cancellations - still the show remains, acclaim piling up faster than the bodies of the dispatched undead.
The Walking Dead follows a formula familiar to zombie movie fans – cross-section of American society forms fragile peripatetic community while fleeing the victims of vicious zombifying plague, etc. In the model of films like 28 Days Later, the zombies (called ‘walkers’) can run, and fast. Unlike most zombie movies, though, there’s little hope to sustain the journey – just peaks and troughs of despair. If you’ve watched from the first season, you’ll notice how quickly the show turned from a subtle morality study into a grave-dark drama of shifting power dynamics.
This shift is at its starkest in Season 5. The first episode presents us with a perfect example; when protagonist Rick meet a priest, Fr. Gabriel, he is instantly suspicious when the man insists that he has never killed anyone, human or walker. Cynical pessimism is the only reasonable response to the world of The Walking Dead. The stakes can only rise as we lurch towards the show’s penultimate season.

In the first half of its final season, Mad Men’s future finally arrives. It’s been the show’s guiding tension since the very first episode – when will the 1960s hit? And not just the rock music, drugs and tie-dyes, the familiar countercultural wallpaper of representations of that era; the 1960s was also the decade of One-Dimensional Man and ‘The Medium Is The Message,’ the birth pangs of both today’s corporate advertising culture and its discontents.

Thus, in Season 7, a computer finally arrives in the office. Copywriter Michael Ginsberg is threatened by its static, humming efficiency, and loses his marbles in the time-honoured white collar way. Peggy and Don are in competition for the position of alpha personality, a gender dynamic unimaginable in Season 1, and Dawn Chambers, the show’s first major black character, is promoted to personnel director.

Like Leopold Bloom, another ad man, Don Draper is privileged to be perched on a protagonist’s plateau, watching the world below transform itself. But he lacks the crucial self-awareness to follow through, and his appetites degrade, rather than enrich, his experience. By Season 7, even Draper’s mentor Roger Stirling has outstripped him, and the toxic comforts of fat has-beendom are beckoning. It’s up to the second half of Season 7 to show us whether or not he’ll catch up with the world.

With our vast collection of music, we’ve got something for every mood. Browse through over 880 albums and create your own unique playlist. We’ve got something for every mood with everything from pop, rock, alternative and R&B, to classical, opera, country and jazz.
Our audio on demand selection is among the very best in the world. And to make sure it stays that way, we’re constantly enhancing it. Check out our latest additions
  • Amy Winehouse Back To Black
  • Fleetwood Mac Rumours
  • Oasis (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?
  • Billy Joel An Innocent Man
  • Al Green I’m Still In Love With You
  • Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
  • Kelly Clarkson Piece By Piece (Deluxe Version)
  • Selena Gomez For You
  • Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour
  • Taylor Swift 1989 (Deluxe)
  • One Direction FOUR (Deluxe Version)
  • Passion Pit Kindred
  • Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner
  • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Fly: The Customs Prelude
  • Brian Blade ' The Fellowship Band Landmarks
  • GoGo Penguin V2.0
  • Joe Jackson The Duke
  • Bill Laurence Flint
  • Röyksopp The Inevitable End
  • Aphex Twin Syro
  • SOHN Tremors
  • Depeche Mode Sounds of the Universe
  • Basement Jazz Scars
  • Hot Chip Why Make Sense (Deluxe Edition)
  • Action Bronson Mr. Wonderful
  • FKA twigs LP1
  • Drake If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late
  • Snoop Dogg BUSH
  • Nicki Minaj The Pinkprint (Deluxe)
  • Electric Wire Hustle Love Can Prevail
  • Anne Akiko Meyers, English Chamber Orchestra & David Lockington The Four Seasons: The Vivaldi Album
  • Rafal Blechacz Chopin: Polonaises
  • Alice Sara Ott Chopin Waltzes
  • Piotr Anderszewski J.S. Bach: English Suites Nos. 1, 3 & 5
  • Alexandre Tharaud Chopin: Journal
  • Benjamin Grosvenor Dances
  • Lenny Kravitz Strut (Bonus Track Version)
  • And So I Watch You From Afar Heirs
  • Robert Plant lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar
  • Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Chasing Yesterday (Deluxe)
  • U2 Songs of Innocence
  • Coldplay Ghost Stories
  • Anthony Kearns With A Song In My Heart
  • Katherine Jenkins Believe
  • Ensemble Musique Oblique Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire
  • Alfie Boe Alfie
  • Theatre of Voices ' Paul Hillier Lang: The Little Match Girl Passion
  • Andrea Bocelli Aria - The Opera Album
Our huge range of options will be music (or talk!) to your ears. Whatever you’re into, we’ve got something for you. Check out our listening lovelies:
Our audio on demand selection is among the very best in the world. And to make sure it stays that way, we’re constantly enhancing it. Check out our latest additions

Contemporary easy listening from both sides of the Atlantic brought to you compliments of The Fitzpatrick Hotel Group USA.

Join Emma O'Driscoll in this special edition of Happy Days on RTÉjr Radio with songs about flying, exercising during the flight and some fun games that you can play on your journey!

One of Ireland’s best-known radio and television personalities, Ryan Tubridy, presents a daily radio programme on RTÉ 2fm. In this programme, especially recorded for Aer Lingus, he runs through some of his favourite radio hits from the shows 2fm playlist.

Ceol na nGael is a traditional and folk music programme presented by Seán Ó hÉanaigh of RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, the national Irish-language broadcaster in Ireland. Ceol traidisiúnta agus ceol tíre den scoth.

105.2 TXFM bring us the best indie hits of the moment, featuring artists such as Blur, The Avenger, Mumford ' Sons and Royal Blood. Curated especially for Aer Lingus by TXFM presenter, Claire Beck.

The award-winning RTÉ Radio 1 Documentary on One slot brings you two documentaries - the first tells the story of Harry Callan, one of 32 Irishmen who were held in captivity during WW2 and a second featuring Paddy Armstrong, one of the Guilford Four.

Tune in as Chart Hits lifts the lid on the most up-to-the-minute pop hits from both sides of the Atlantic!

Want to listen to tracks from some of the greatest albums ever? Celebrate some of the anniversaries of some of our favourite albums, from AC/DC to Zeppelin, with Foo’s, Dylan, Bowie, Oasis and more in between! Hosted by Marty Miller of ’Morning Glory’ (6AM GMT) from NOVA 100 FM.

The Weekend on One with Cathal Murray airs every Saturday and Sunday morning between 6-8am on RTÉ Radio 1. It features an eclectic mix of music from all genres - including the best new Irish music.

Weekday evenings you’ll catch ’The Big Ride Home’ with Dara Quilty on Dublin’s 98FM from 4pm. Dara’s on board right now to count you down the biggest ten songs of the year so far!

Let The Hamilton Scores become one of your regular fixtures with George’s superb choice of music to accompany your flight! Broadcast on Saturday mornings from 10am-1pm on RTÉ lyric fm.

Join Marty Whelan as he takes the chill out of your early mornings with music, news, weather and travel updates from 7-10am, weekday mornings on RTÉ lyric fm.

Irish Pulse brings you some of the most famous Irish songs in recent history. Listen out for Villagers, We Cut Corners and many more!

Moncrieff is a lively mix of funny, engaging and irreverent issues. Tune in every weekday 1.30-4.30pm on Newstalk 106-108 FM.

Brian Munn selects and reads verses from renowned Irish Poets: W.B. Yeats, Oliver Goldsmith and Oscar Wilde amongst others.

The hugely popular Movies and Musicals on RTÉ lyric fm is the only national radio programme of its kind and features a broad range of soundtracks from early classics, right through to contemporary scores. Presented by Aedín Gormley.

With Cara magazine, you won’t miss a thing! Stay up-to-date with the most interesting Irish talent, news, places and events, all from the comfort of your Aer Lingus seat.

This award-winning in-flight magazine contains travel guides for our destinations, the latest Aer Lingus news, and details of in-flight entertainment.

Cara has featured the work of well-known novelists including Donal Ryan, Joe O’Connor and Emma Donoghue. Writer and film director John Butler is a contributor, as are actors Peter McDonald and Andrew McCarthy. Musician Josh Ritter and award-winning music blogger Niall Byrne (Nialler9) also write for Cara. We attract a great bunch!

We’re proud to say that Cara won Customer Magazine of the Year 2012 at the PPAI Awards, while Trevor Hart won Photographer of the Year in 2011 for his shoots for the magazine. Other well-known photographers commissioned by Cara include Kevin Abosch, Rich Gilligan and Anthony Woods.

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