Thursday, October 15, 2015

JetBlue aiming for free Wi-Fi on every flight by fall 2016 | Digital Trends

20 mbps and an Amazon content partnership

"Low-cost carrier JetBlue is edging toward its goal of becoming the first U.S. airline to offer free high-speed Wi-Fi on all of its aircraft.

The New York-based airline said Wednesday it’s just completed installation of its free Wi-Fi service, known as Fly-Fi, on its fleet of around 150 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. In addition, the carrier announced it’s just flipped the Wi-Fi switch on the first of its 60 E190 aircraft with the aim of completing installation of Fly-Fi on its entire fleet by fall 2016."
JetBlue aiming for free Wi-Fi on every flight by fall 2016 | Digital Trends
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