Netflix is about to make flying a much better experience, where Virgin America flights that are on the new Airbus A320 airplans will be using ViaSat-powered Wi-Fi to blast down Netflix onto passengers.
The content streaming giant has refused an offline option for Netflix so far, with Global Head of Business Development Bill Holmes saying that it's all about delivering service that "takes advantage of the expansion of Wi-Fi". The new system will reach one Airbus A320 per month through to June 2016, and it'll be free until March 2.
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