Gizmodo had a post today about entertainment on the go they captured from the New York Times. This paragraph got my eye:
The major airline profiled in the article, Delta, is shooting to have its Delta on Demand setup on every flight longer than four hours by next summer, which offers 24 channels of live television, up to 28 films, 12 video games, more than 1,600 songs and 45 hours of HBO programming on a touchscreen in front of you. (Its Song airline sported something similar.)
By next summer...that would be great. The drop down CRT TV in the aisle is about as 1985 as I can handle.