Airlines focus on cabin updates as economy improves

08/30/2010 | ABC News

Improving fortunes in the airline industry have led many carriers to upgrade their cabins, ABC News reports. The improvements include more Wi-Fi, leather seating in the coach cabin and better entertainment options. American Airlines says it aims to provide passengers with "all of the bells and whistles" as it refurbishes its 737 fleet with more comfortable seats, flat-screen TVs and overhead bins that hold twice as many bags as before.

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