The skies are boring. JetBlue’s about to make your cross-country flight a little more tolerable with free access to Amazon Prime Instant Video—for Prime subscribers only.

JetBlue’s planes already have some of the best in-flight Wi-Fi in the skies, zipping at up to 15Mbs, assuming it’s available on your plane—only 80 percent of the fleet is currently up to speed. Right now, the company’s “Fly-Fy” service is free, unless you need high-bandwidth for streaming movies. The new Amazon Prime Instant Video perk will be available this year for free. If you’re not an Amazon Prime subscriber, you’ll still be able to buy or rent movies and shows—but you know, you could already buy movies on airplanes before.


Amazon Prime, the best damn deal in tech just keeps getting better. We’ll see how well streaming in the skies works when everybody is trying to watch Transparent at the same time.