Pacific Blue, the international arm of Virgin Blue, will begin to offer passengers APS digEplayers on flights between Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. The carrier said it will begin phasing in the portable on-demand entertainment players from late May and they will be available on all flights by June 13. Each aircraft will be equipped with 60 players and the airline will charge A$12 ($9) to rent one.

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