Passengers onboard a Southwest Airline flight will no longer have to fork out $5 for an in-flight movie.
The national’s largest domestic airline are eliminating the fee, offering passengers the ability to watch free in-flight movies via their tablets, laptop, smartphones or other WiFi enabled devices.
“Our research shows that a positive experience onboard the aircraft can greatly influence the decision to come back to Southwest,” chief marketing officer Ryan Green said in a statement. “We listened to our customers and are enhancing our already award-winning experience.”
Passengers can download Southwest’s app prior to flying so that once onboard they can choose from a variety of free movies. This month’s picks include “A Bad Mom’s Christmas,” “Jurassic Park,” “Adrift,” and “Mama Mia! Here We Go Again.”