Amazon is trying to make your flights a little more enjoyable when it struck a new deal with JetBlue. The agreement announced today between the two companies will allow JetBlue passengers to rent, or buy movies and TV shows from Amazon in flight without having to pay for the WiFi extra charge to stream this content. If you’re a Prime customer, the deal is even sweeter, as you’ll be able to get the same content you’re used to getting on the ground in the air at no extra charge.

Amazon is also opening up its music streaming capabilities to Prime and non-Prime members in the air. Just like with its video offerings, Prime members will be able to stream the same free selection of songs that they’d be able to access anywhere else.

Amazon has worked with JetBlue to integrate its video and music services into the Fly-Fi Hub. It’ll be available later this year on Airbus A321 and A320 aircrafts, and sometime in 2016 on JetBlue’s Embraer E190.