Routes within North America will enjoy the iPads, as well as flights to Brisbane, Australia and Pago Pago, American Samoa. All in all, Hawaiian Airlines has ordered around 1,500 of the smaller tablets for 14 different planes, as they look to replace their old in-flight entertainment units with current options.
They didn’t get too descriptive in exactly what’s going to be loaded onto these new in-flight iPads, but we do know that Bluebox Avionics is behind the up-in-the-air technology. It sounds like flyers will be getting at least 100 hours of recent movies and TV shows, as well as a bunch of interactive games. We guess we’ll just hope for the best that these tablets are well stocked in advance, as there’s no streaming or WiFi aboard these flights—at least not yet.