Delta Introduces New In-Flight Entertainment Options

By Karin Sun on 29 July 2014
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Delta aircraft at JFK

Delta aircraft at JFK

Delta Air Lines announced the launch of Delta Studio, its new in-flight entertainment system.  The offering, which is available on 3,700 flights daily, provides new premium content free of charge to passengers traveling in first class, Economy Comfort, or on international flights.

Delta Studio’s options include a choice of 300 movies, over 2,500 songs, and 18 live satellite TV channels on select flights, and specific options may vary according to aircraft and route.  The system’s television programming also includes HBO and Showtime content.

Passengers may access the system on their seatback screens, or via a laptop, iPhone, iPad, or Android device running the Delta Connect or Fly Delta applications.  The in-flight streaming service is free and does not require an Internet subscription.  A selection of pre-programmed movies is also shown on overhead screens.

Passengers traveling in standard economy class on domestic flights now also have access to a wider range of free entertainment options, and may purchase additional premium content.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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