The quirky in-flight catalog faces tough times as their parent company files for bankruptcy according to The Wall Street Journal.
SkyMall, the catalog found in the seat-back pockets on most airlines, has been a staple to many fliers. Parent company Xhibit Corp. filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday. In 2013 the FAA changed regulations regarding in-flight entertainment, giving fliers the go-ahead to use their smartphones and electronic entertainment devices while in the air. Xhibit Corp. sites this as one of the reasons they've lost popularity.