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  1. Michael Mays
    Michael Mays at |

    Is streaming media going to replace all the in flight entertainment? Is streaming media only an internet connection?

    I haven’t experienced the new seats yet, but partners did when we shared some UA flights last week. On DFW-DEN on a flight with the new seats on 320 was not as comfortable as SAN-IAD on an old 737.

  2. sam
    sam at |

    It definitely makes sense to remove the screens over the long run and move to a bring your own screen type model, but I don’t see why UA couldn’t keep the LiveTV/DirecTV functionality. Southwest does something similar, from my understanding.

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