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AnonymousGuest14 Sep 2012
US airlines are pretty far behind the curve in IFE re-equipping of their fleets. The 767s flown on that route are among AA’s oldest and slated to be replaced in a year or two with specially configured A320s. UA’s international 747s have no inseat IFE either, nor does much of the narrow body fleet. Of course, most regulars on these transcons have their laptops and tablets filled with entertainment to pass the time.15 Sep 2012
United don’t have seat back IFE on there 747’s but these will be the first planes they will fit with Wi-Fi. Not sure if upgrading with proper IFE at the same time.
Also believe some Iberia flights don’t have this unless they have now changed this. Friend flew a couple of years ago to brazil and no seat back IFE4 Oct 2013
I haven’t flown since 2008 with Virgin Atlantic to Orlando my in such a short space of time things really have changed. This September we’ll going back to Orlando this time we’ll be travelling with BA and will be travelling on a 777 flight and am really looking forward to travelling with BA. was this in economy?? You get wider screens and it seems you get more choice on the IFE than with Virgin.24 Oct 2013