Mobile devices are shifting future of in-flight entertainment

As passengers increasingly rely on their own mobile connected devices for wireless in-flight entertainment, airlines will have to invest less heavily in airplane hardware, but will have to search for new ways to provide relevant digital content to passengers who already have Facebook or Google at their fingertips, says MondoWindow President Greg Dicum. Onboard social networking platforms and in-flight-only shopping deals are among the possibilities for airlines looking to evolve their in-flight offerings.

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