It was announced earlier this year that passengers on select JetBlue flights will be able to stream content from a very large library, they would be able to access content from Amazon Prime Video and Prime Music while they’re thousands of feet up in the air, content that’s enough to last them the entire flight and then some. Six months after this was announced the feature has now been turned on for JetBlue passengers.

JetBlue recently announced the launch of a very robust in-flight Wi-Fi service and that’s what makes it possible to stream content from Amazon Prime Video and Music. Starting today passengers on JetBlue’s Fly-Fi-ready aircraft can stream content from both services.

They’ll need to be Amazon Prime members in order to access the content, it’s possible to sign up on the plane and start a free trial before having to pay $99 per year for this service, which also provides a host of other benefits including but not limited to free two-day shipping on Prime-eligible items.

Fly-Fi hub has the in-flight Amazon Prime Video and Music experience built right into its hub, it enables users to access the content through their own devices like notebooks, iOS and Android devices as well as Amazon’s Fire smartphone and tablets.

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