Airlines buy more sophisticated entertainment technology

03/27/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Airlines are investing in advanced entertainment technology to help them attract more travelers. New in-flight entertainment systems allow passengers to select from scores of movies and television shows. Equipping an aircraft with a system can cost up to $5 million, experts say.

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