Are you wondering which airlines provide the best entertainment? The folks at CableTV.com recently took a look at the entertainment options provided by 10 of the top airlines in the country. Factors like in-seat entertainment consoles, the ability to access entertainment using personal devices, access to power outlets, access to USB ports and the assortment of movies, television channels, games, and music offered were all considered.
Here's a look at how the list breaks down from worst to best:
It's no surprise that the nation's ultra-budget carriers don't really deliver on entertainment. Travelers taking shorter flights may not even mind or notice that the entertainment simply isn't there. Of course, the fact that a budget carrier like JetBlue comes out on top for entertainment certainly brings hope to anyone looking to enjoy a flight without paying a ton.
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