Many airline have removed seat back screens from their planes for shorter flights, opting to go with a cheaper alternative.
Rather than have to deal with upkeep on the screens, they’ve given passengers the ability to stream content like movies and TV shows directly to their own devices when flying.
When I’m going on a trip, I also like to download a bunch of things from Netflix which I can then view offline. Continue reading The SkyClip Can Make Flying Much More Entertaining
There are a bunch of reasons why we like flying with JetBlue.
The airline offers a good amount of legroom, free snacks, free Wifi (with their FlyFi service) and entertainment options like DirecTV and movies.
While I rarely watch movies anymore, I do like to pass the time during a flight watching (a movie) unless I’m busy tending to one of the kids. (Lucas is good on his own during flights unless he needs to take a trip to the restroom.) Continue reading Did JetBlue Compensate Me For A Broken IFE?
Last month I wrote about how Qantas was being sued for $74 due to a broken IFE.
For those of you unsure of the term IFE, it’s the In-Flight Entertainment system that helps us get through a flight.
It seems that Qantas isn’t doing well when it comes to their IFEs. Continue reading IFE Injures Toddler’s Finger, Qantas Being Sued
Last December I finally got to try out free DISH TV on Lucas’ iPad mini while flying to Dallas on Southwest. This promotion will continue through all of 2014.
I received an e-mail from United a couple of days back announcing a similar offer.
Continue reading United To Offer Personal Device Entertainment