People are only just realising you can connect Bluetooth headphones to plane TVs | The Sun

FORGET THOSE awful free headphones that airlines hand out at the beginning of a flight – there's a way to use your own Bluetooth ones.

A seasoned travelled has discovered a way to link up Airpods to the plane TV, and people can't believe it.

Influencer Nikias Molina took to Instagram to demonstrate how AirPod users can seamlessly connect their buds with a couple of clicks.

The video begins with the caption: “AirPods users stop scrolling right now”.

Nikias continues: “You can now connect your airpods to your airplane’s display. Tap on the Bluetooth icon. Reset your AirPods.

They magically appear [on the screen] so tap on your airpods. You are now connected.

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Choose a movie. You can also adjust the volume and adjust noise cancellation.”

Commenters flocked to discuss the revelation, with one saying: "OMG I'm definitely gonna have to try this."

Another said: "Long overdue."

Another user, however, pointed out that Bluetooth synchronisation has been a feature on flights for a while.

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One remarked: "You all didn't know this?"

Another chimed in: “United announced this years ago.” 

It comes after one flight attendant revealed the five kinds of passengers they hate the most.

And a this clever hack lets you create your own TV screen on a plane – and all you need is a bit of rubbish.

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