Topic: In Flight Entertainment
by Soo Kim
With in-flight entertainment screens costing over $3 million per aircraft and 75 percent of passengers flying with their own devices, many airlines are dropping seat-back TVs.
The airline has announced that it will begin the free messaging service October 1. Learn more.
Delta and Virgin Atlantic have announced updates to their summer 2018 schedules to optimize their joint network between the U.S. and the U.K. Get the details here.
Icelandair is offering "immersive theatre at 30,000 feet," which includes character actors putting on a show before and during the flight. Read more here.
The new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner replaces Airbus A321 flights between Abu Dhabi and Beirut. Here's the latest.
Passengers will be able to enjoy high-speed, continuous Internet streaming of movies, music, videos and more, according to the airline. Details here.
Etihad Airways aims to better entertain younger travelers to afford parents more time to relax. Here's how.
Each Delta One suite comes with its own sliding door, entertainment screen, and storage. Here's an inside look.
While only four Boeings will receive live television to start, the plan is to upgrade all nine Dreamliners to offer the service. Here's a look at the plan.
The new flights between Abu Dhabi and Melbourne offer travelers the chance to fly in Etihad Airways' three-room private suite, The Residence. Take a look.