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Delta to offer free entertainment on US flights

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Passengers will be able to access television shows, music and video games either through seat-back screens or streaming via their own smart phones or laptops. (Source: CNN) Passengers will be able to access television shows, music and video games either through seat-back screens or streaming via their own smart phones or laptops. (Source: CNN)

(CNN) - No need to nap the next time you fly Delta.

The airline is offering free in-flight entertainment beginning Friday.

Passengers will be able to access television shows, music and video games either through seat-back screens or streaming via their own smart phones or laptops.

Fliers in coach will have to pay for some newer movie and premium TV channels.

The so-called Delta Studio will roll out first on all domestic flights of 90 minutes or more.

International flight passengers will also have access to free content.

Delta Air Lines serves nearly 165 million customers each year.

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