Satellite-based systems have improved onboard internet speed and access, which will enhance the viewing experience, the airline said. “More than 90 percent of our passengers already bring a device or screen with them when they fly,” American told workers Tuesday. “Those phones and tablets are continually upgraded, they’re easy to use and, most importantly, they are the technology our customers have chosen.” The move marks a reversal for CEO Doug Parker, who said less than a year ago that American would have seat-back screens on all its planes to remain competitive. The carrier this year will receive the first four of its 100 MAX aircraft. A decision hasn’t been made on whether to extend the policy to other new planes. Get the full story at The Seattle Times