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In-Flight Entertainment Question on AA in First

In-Flight Entertainment Question on AA in First

  1. James22

    Flying YVR to CZM in first later this week and see that our plane is 787-800 with the old configuration, which means overhead screens and no in-seat entertainment devices. Will we get portable devices at the seat to watch movies? Reading lots about the pre-departure beverage issues (spotty by the sounds of it), so not having super high expectations. Hoping at least we can have a selection of movies to watch! Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    You should, I think. Where are you connecting?

  3. James22

    Hi Tiffany. Connecting through DFW. Looks like our flight into DFW and out are both the old version. Thanks!

  4. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”James22, post: 14976, member: 983″]Hi Tiffany. Connecting through DFW. Looks like our flight into DFW and out are both the old version. Thanks![/QUOTE]
    do you mean 737-800? There will be Gogo on the flight which you can use to watch movies ( on your own device) via their own portal meaning you just pay per movie and not for WIFI

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