Delta has announced that it will offer Delta Studio, the airline’s suite of onboard entertainment, free to all customers on two-class aircraft by July 1. The new policy includes nearly 90 percent of Delta’s fleet, the airline said.
Delta operates more than 1,000 aircraft offering Delta Studio via streaming through laptops, mobile devices and tablets, in addition to nearly 400 aircraft equipped with seat-back entertainment systems.
Delta Studio offers up to 300 movies, 750 TV shows, 100 foreign film titles, 2,400 songs, 18 channels of live satellite TV on select aircraft and a selection of games on aircraft with seat-back entertainment systems. Customers can enjoy a range of popular movies like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice; The Jungle Book; and Hail, Caesar!; as well as premium TV options like Showtime's Billions and HBO's Vinyl. Live TV is available on more than 240 aircraft.
Delta also offers more than 1,000 aircraft equipped with onboard Wi-Fi, including the airline's entire fleet of 660 domestic mainline aircraft, Delta Connection two-class regional jets and 99 percent of its widebody international fleet.
Delta has made significant investments in its on-board product and the customer experience, including modernizing the interiors of hundreds of aircraft with high capacity overhead bins, seatback entertainment systems, new lavatories, ambient LED lighting, new seats with power outlets, and other upgrades.
Entertainment options will vary by aircraft type and route.