Flame, an international distributor of factual, unscripted and documentary content has announced its latest round of airline sales.

Deals include The Kingdom: How fungi Made our World sold to United Airlines, China Southern Airlines and Saudi Aramco who also acquired Bike World. Bike World will also be available on Kuwait Airways and Saudia.

Mind over Money was acquired for Kuwait Airways and Ethiopian Airlines, who also bought Eyes for the Job. The Lifestyle DYI series will also screen on Eva Air and Flynas.

Kitten TV (main picture) was acquired by Virgin Australia and Air Vanuatu.

Seeing Canada will screen on Eva Air and Westjet; Rip Current Heroes on Qantas; My Greek Odyssey Qatar and documentary Elettra on Air France. Finnair and Trans WA selected food series Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail while A Taste of Travel will screen on Air Canada, Garuda Indonesia, Saudia and Renfe.

Bahama Blue was sold to Royal Brunei and Caribbean Airlines along with Age of Robots (pictured). Air Arabia licensed travel series Getaways and fifestyle series That Hack Show, which was acquired by Aer Lingus along with Daniel & Majella’s B&B Roadtrip, The Secret World of Trees, Hotel Fixer, Five Fables and The Shelbourne.

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