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AA Makes In-Flight Entertainment Free For All

American Airlines has announced a decision to make all of its in-flight movies, television and music selections available for free to all passengers, following a similar move by Delta Air Lines earlier this year. American offered an erstwhile limited selection of free television and movie offerings aboard domestic flights before making the switch to free entertainment, with the option for new-release movies and premium TV shows for sale between $4 and $8.

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Wingtipflyer1 August 23, 2016

Thanks DELTA!....I mean American.

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JC5280 August 17, 2016

Ive been enjoying free content with hundreds of movies and TV shows streamed on United planes for a few years now.

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vh_bu98 August 11, 2016

This doesn't do me much good if I am flying A321s with no in flight entertainment.

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sdsearch August 10, 2016

Just be aware the 2001: A Space Odyssey, as great a movie as it is, is one you may not want to watch, even for free, on AA. AA's copy has some weird problem with sound being out of sync by dozens of seconds from the picture. I don't know if it's been fixed lately or not, but it's been going on for a long time.