WiFi is one of the most requested demanded in-flight features, even though it has only existed for a few short years. A recent survey even showed that 90% of passengers would trade some other amenity to have reliable WiFi in the sky. More and more passengers are seeing that little WiFi logo on their plane, […]
While a recent survey showed that a majority of passengers would give up an amenity for better in-flight WiFi, actually getting that better signal to the passenger is not an easy task. Last year, GoGo announced ATG-4, a higher bandwidth, higher capacity version of their existing network. Virgin America was the first carrier to launch […]
With new tech and a unique pricing scheme, UA just might alleviate two of the most common complaints about in-flight WiFi: price and speed.
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