Delta passengers don’t have to worry about being bored on their next flight. The Atlanta-based airline announced Friday that its entire suite of onboard entertainment, which includes up to 300 movies and 750 TV shows, will soon be available free-of-charge to everyone on equipped aircraft on domestic and international flights. Delta said the free entertainment will start July 1 and be available on around 90% of its planes. Fliers will be able to access the free movies, shows, music and games on seat-back screens or through their personal mobile device through onboard Wi-Fi. The 10% of aircraft that won’t have complimentary offerings are the company’s smaller planes that aren’t equipped with Wi-Fi. To read more at CNN Money, click here.