Our team lovingly hand pick the best available recent releases and classics to display onboard to keep you entertained, all for free.

Our upgraded in-flight entertainment system is now even easier to use - all you need is a hand-held device, tablet, or laptop with one of the more popular browsers*  installed. Connect, watch and enjoy!


Features of in-flight entertainment


Enjoy recent Hollywood releases well before they reach your streaming services*, as well as a large range of our favourite classics. See what's showing now.

TV shows

Perfect for those shorter flights.  Choose from recent episodes or the full series of must-see TV. See what's onboard now.

For the family

Keep the whole family entertained with your favourite kid-friendly films and TV shows. Go to the Kids or Family Favourite section for fast access to this special entertainment. 

Important information

How to connect

Step one

Switch your device to flight or airplane mode.

Step two

Connect to the VirginAustralia WiFi network.

Step three

Scan the QR code on the back of the onboard menu or go to wifi.virginaustralia.com and follow the prompts.

Supported devices and browsers 

Device Operating system Browsers
iPhone/iPad iOS 15, iPadOS15 Safari
Android Android 11.0 and 12.0 Google Chrome
Mac MacOS 12+ Safari, Chrome, Firefox
Windows Windows 10+ Chrome, Edge*and Firefox

What's on: movies, TV and podcasts

Explore what's on Virgin Australia in-flight entertainment.


The Virgin Australia App is your go-to travel companion, making every step of your journey even more seamless.

Simply download via the App Store or Google Play.

Virgin Australia mobile app

*Please refer to the Use of Electronic Devices for more information on using your device on board Virgin Australia aircraft. All guests are required to bring their own charged devices and headphones to comfortably enjoy our wireless entertainment. Virgin Australia offers In-flight Entertainment on a selected number of aircraft types and routes only and is complimentary to all guests on seatback and with compatible devices. Unfortunately, Silverlight is no longer supported. Guests using MacBooks are required to bring an alternative device for their entertainment needs. For more information on device compatibility, refer to 'List of Supported Devices and Software' section above.