American to expand in-flight entertainment choices

08/14/2013 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

American Airlines is considering offering more entertainment choices aboard its Airbus A319 jets. The high-definition screens for in-flight entertainment feature a filter that blocks seatmates from viewing the content. Brian Richardson, director of in-flight entertainment and connectivity, said the carrier is considering offering edgy television shows such as "True Blood" and "Dexter."

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