On my way back to Seattle from JFK, after a great New Year's Eve, I saw the movie again on the plane (I flew American Airlines), and noticed that they had excised the "homosexuals" from the in-flight version of the movie. They had also bleeped the word "God."
I was a little puzzled by that, and now, at least for the "God" part of the bleeping incident, we have an explanation: "it was the mistake of an overzealous and inexperienced employee for a California company that edits movies selected for onboard entertainment. The rookie censor was told to edit out all profanities _ including any blasphemy _ for the version of the movie distributed to Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Air New Zealand, and other carriers. So the new censor mistakenly bleeped out each time a character said 'God,' instead of just when used as part of a profanity, said Jeff Klein, president of Jaguar Distribution, the company that distributed the movie to airlines this month." [source]
I believe the mentioned employee decided to bleep "homosexual" because it was used in an offensive manner, and I can understand that. Apparently, the company released a new version of the movie with some bleeping adjustments, and I wonder whether "homosexual" is still bleeped.