Delta adds to IFE
Delta Air Lines has added more to its inflight entertainment service for the holidays, including a collection of wellbeing-focused content from the interactive fitness platform Peloton and several selections from HBO Max.
The partnership with Peloton allows passengers to decompress at their seats with a collection of guided meditations and stretches called “Classes in the Cloud” led by Peloton instructors. This collaboration marks the first time Peloton content will be available on a non-Peloton platform.
“A fresh selection of entertainment means customers can catch the latest box-office hits, rediscover an old favorite or stream their favorite tunes when they fly on Delta this holiday season,” said Delta Studio Project Manager Katie Stuart in a press release on November 1.
More than 200 Delta aircraft are equipped with Viasat Wi-Fi and the airline is on track to complete more than 300 installations by the end of 2021.
“Customers on these aircraft can stream and browse their favorite sites at fast speeds for a simple, flat rate of $5 per device no matter the length of the flight,” Delta said in the release.“Free messaging is also available, ensuring customers can stay connected to friends and family on the ground.”
Delta plans to equip nearly all its domestic mainline fleet with enhanced connectivity by the end of 2022.