Airline Passengers In Favor Of Downloading iTunes During Flights

Airline Passengers In Favor Of Downloading iTunes During Flights

The ever expanding world of Apple will soon see itself flying the friendly skies, as a recent survey has indicated that one in three air travelers would like to see iTunes available on their in-flight entertainment systems.

The poll, run by aviation media portal Flight Global, found that 38 percent of site visitors would download songs from iTunes if the service were available, according to Mac World.

The survey was run in response to recent talks held between Apple and Aircraft in-flight entertainment (IFE) system providers on the possibility of licensing iTunes media download software for airlines’ in-flight systems, allowing passengers to use their frequent flyer miles to download music and videos onto their iPods while in the sky.

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