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​Delta and LinkedIn have teamed up to give customers a new way to spend their time in flight – learning.

Delta customers can now access LinkedIn Learning courses in flight, free of charge through Delta Studio. The courses are taught by expert instructors and cover a variety of topics like managing stress, getting things done, communication and career development.

Additionally, Delta Studio is featuring a new interview series hosted by LinkedIn Editor-In-Chief Daniel Roth, including in-depth discussions with some of the world's top leaders. Written interviews can also be found in the recurring "5 Minutes With" column in Delta's Sky magazine, which spotlights notable leaders in business.

"This is yet another way we're helping customers make the most of their time in flight," said Chris Buckner, Director — Onboard Product and Customer Experience. "For professionals on the go, finding the time to learn a new skillset or subject can be challenging. Through our partnership with LinkedIn, Delta customers can access a suite of learning materials at their fingertips – 30,000 feet in the air."

LinkedIn content on Delta Studio will update frequently with new interviews and learning courses.

Delta Studio is free to all customers in all cabins. Customers can access up to 300 movies — including those recently released from theaters — and around 80 foreign film titles, 550 TV shows, 12 channels of live satellite TV on select flights, podcasts, more than 2,500 songs and games like in-flight trivia.* Delta Studio is available on more than 600 aircraft via seatback screens and can be streamed by customers via their personal devices on all of Delta's mainline fleet and most regional aircraft. Delta Studio is part of the airline's continued commitment to offer customers a suite of products that connect life in the air to life on the ground, from free messaging to the expansion of High-Speed Wi-Fi and more.

*Delta Studio content may vary by aircraft and route.