More Seat-Back Screens Will Be Coming To Delta Airline’s Planes

In an era when airlines are getting rid of their seat-back screens, Delta Air Lines has held true to their promise made last year that they will be adding screens to more than 600 of their planes by the end of 2018. The screens cost roughly $10,000 dollars each, so most U.S. airlines have started to remove the screens from their planes, not only because of their cost but also because they’re quite heavy and are known to break frequently. Curious to know what’s going on with Delta? Then keep reading.

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