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  • Smartening up the in-flight magazine
  • Smartening up the in-flight magazine
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Smartening up the in-flight magazine

When flying first class, you expect a certain level of sophistication. Quality food and drink, sure, but lofty reading material? American Airlines thinks so, and it's upgraded its in-flight magazine to meet that expectation. Rhapsody is a glossy tome featuring original work from literary giants.

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