Last month Jet Blue allowed its passengers to stream using Amazon Prime.
Monarch Airlines doesn't allow its customers to do things such as browse the internet or check wifi, but uses wifi to offer a video streaming service that costs up to £3.99 () for an entire flight and operates through an app downloaded onto a tablet or laptop.'Despite the ever increasing presence of mobile and tablet devices, and an expectation among certain generations and groups within the travelling public that the ability to be permanently connected should be a given in this day and age, others see flying as one of the few remaining bastions of peace and digital isolation, and even look forward to taking to the skies knowing the constant bombardment from technology will cease temporarily.'Bloomfield added: 'As the technology to allow mass participation continues to lag behind the reality of demand, it looks as if being able to post a selfie from your seat, or Instagram your flight meal, might remain the preserve of the few at the front of the aircraft for the foreseeable future.'Farrar said: 'It's likely to be the carriers who are trying to differentiate themselves and win business away and win market share based on the passenger experience, so you can see why Norwegian have done it.
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