Travellers will be able to wirelessly stream movies and TV shows to their mobile devices.

This month, American Airlines launched a new video streaming service onboard its 15 Boeing 767-200 aircrafts. Gogo Vision lets passengers wirelessly stream content from an onboard server to their Wi-Fi-enabled devices during the flight.

It features 100 movies and TV shows from major studios including NBC, Universal and Warner Bros., with more to be added in the future. Titles can be sorted by movie or TV, genre, length of feature, and other categories. You can view trailers for free, episodes from TV shows cost $0.99 and movies  are $3.99. The content will also remain accessible for viewing after you've landed, with 24 hours for movies and 72 hours for TV shows. Gogo's chief marketing officer, Ash ElDifrawi, said:

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