If you find yourself flying cross-country, or even internationally, on American Airlines, you might want to consider upgrading to premium class. The airline has announced they’re purchasing 6,000 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1s to be used for in-flight entertainment on some of their flights.
Official statement by Tim Wagner, VP and general manager of enterprise sales for Samsung Mobile: “Our engagement with American Airlines further illustrates the growing interest and demand we’re seeing from enterprise customers for the Samsung Galaxy portfolio…As we continue to grow our enterprise customer base, we’re committed to empowering a connected mobile workforce and enabling leading companies like American Airlines to enhance their customers’ experience by providing world-class entertainment and enterprise-ready devices.”
Not much more to add to that, folks. Other than to say, this should be one GIANT step up on the current “in-flight entertainment” that’s available.
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