AA Working to Improve In-flight Entertainment
On Tuesday, American Airlines announced that its testing technology that would allow in-flight movie and TV streaming on internet-ready devices.
The airline is currently testing on two Boeing 767 aircraft that go cross-country.
They’ll begin customer testing this summer and plan on offering the service more broadly in the fall.
Aircell is providing the technology according to the report by CNBC, and they usually charge around $13 per flight for a laptop, less if it’s a smaller device.
American Airlines also plans to institute Wi-Fi service on 140 planes this year and next year, making its entire domestic fleet Wi-Fi friendly.