American Airlines later this year hopes to extend a streaming video inflight entertainment system beyond an initial retrofit program for its Boeing 767-200 fleet. The ‘Entertainment on Demand’ product developed by inflight connectivity provider Gogo has been tested on two of American’s 767-200s since May and has just been certified by the FAA. With that approval, American is now extending the product to the other 13 767-200s in American’s fleet, and later this year hopes to start a ...

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