The option was scheduled to become available on its domestic mainline aircraft and two-cabin regional jets Friday.
The nation's No. 3 carrier already has seat-back entertainment on many of its aircraft, but the streaming option will give customers access to on-demand offerings even on planes without individual screens. With the streaming option, Delta says all passengers have access to "a selection of free entertainment options" on flights of 90 minutes or more.
Delta's move comes as several U.S. airlines have been trying to woo customers with upgrades to their in-flight entertainment.
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