Delta Air Lines is the latest carrier to expand its in-flight entertainment program to include free streaming to laptops and mobile devices.
The US carrier follows in the heels of United and Lufthansa in launching a new in-flight entertainment program that will be introduced across its fleet August 1.
In addition to more movie, music, games and TV programming on flights longer than an hour and a half, Delta Studio will allow passengers to stream free movies and TV shows directly to their mobile devices via in-flight service provider Gogo and the Fly Delta app.
This spring, United Airlines launched a similar program allowing flyers to wirelessly stream movies and shows onto their mobile devices.
Likewise, Lufthansa's new in-flight service allows flyers to watch films and order drinks via their smartphones and tablets once they've downloaded a free app.
Delta Studio will offer 250 free movies, hundreds of TV shows, 2,300 songs and a selection of games on aircraft with seat-back entertainment systems.