JetBlue now offers unlimited Amazon Video streaming

tFrom this week, JetBlue will offer unlimited streaming from Amazon Video on over 150 aircraft equipped with the carrier’s complementary Fly-Fi in-flight broadband service.ttAmazon Prime members can sign-in or sign-up to instantly access tens of thousands of films and TV shows – including Amazon Originals – at no additional cost to their membership, while JetBlue passengers can rent or purchase titles in the Amazon Video store, including new release movies and day-after TV programming.tt“Offering streaming movies and shows from Amazon Video over free Fly-Fi changes the game in in-flight entertainment, much like our seatback televisions did 15 years ago,” stated Jamie Perry, vice president of brand and product development, JetBlue. “And we're not stopping at video; our relationship with Amazon offers opportunities to delight our customers in ways that have never been done before.”ttAs part of the multi-year agreement, Amazon on JetBlue has been integrated into The Hub, JetBlue's entertainment portal that passengers access via their personal electronic devices, but the collaboration will involve a broad array of benefits for customers. In 2016, TrueBlue loyalty programme members will be able to earn TrueBlue points for their purchases in more than 40 categories on Amazon while in-flight or on the ground through other JetBlue marketing channels.tt“We're excited to bring our unlimited on-demand entertainment to JetBlue and offer it over a fast and free internet, just in time for the busiest travel season of the year,” added Michael Paull, Amazon’s VP digital video. “Customers can binge-watch their favourite series on Amazon Video, including the new critically acclaimed Amazon Original The Man in the High Castle, catch-up on the latest movies or stream top rated children's programming, instantly while in the sky.”

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