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  • Ryanair will stream movies to your tablet
  • Ryanair will stream movies to your tablet
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Ryanair will stream movies to your tablet

With the number of people using tablets forecast to hit one billion in 2015, the in-flight experience is changing. And as more airlines allow flyers to stream videos from their own devices, new advertising opportunities abound, questioning the relevance of screens in the backs of plane seats.

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