Virgin America unveils its latest plan to be the leader in in-flight entertainment by offering high quality media content as well as functioning Wi-Fi.

Virgin America unveiled its latest plan to be the leader in in-flight entertainment through the launch of its new ‘Red' system. Slated for release in late 2012, the entertainment system features a larger, high-definition touchscreen seatback monitors, four times more entertainment content, and full Wi-Fi connectivity that allows passengers to connect their own devices to the system. Abby Lunardini, VP of corporate communications for Virgin America describes the system:

Red is still the most advanced entertainment system in the domestic skies. Other airlines are not making an investment in in-seat entertainment; they’re just doing Wi-Fi. Fleet Wi-Fi will always be a focus for us, but our built-in entertainment system is still important, and we think we can offer the best of both worlds.

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