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Delta Begins Testing Free Onboard Wi-Fi

Delta has decided to take the first step towards providing free internet connection onboard its aircraft by setting up an “initial, limited test” on 55 domestic routes every day, starting on May 13. In the never-ending quest to improve in-flight customer experience one of the hottest battlefields is represented by internet connectivity. While most carriers by now are already providing their passengers some kind of solution to connect to the internet, only a few of them have committed to making…

Free Instant Messaging Now Offered on Some Flights: Will The…

To stay in touch with friends, family, and clients while flying, passengers must pay for onboard Wi-Fi. Most U.S. domestic Wi-Fi services cost around $5 which may not be worth it to some, especially on short flights. Two U.S. carriers have announced a solution. American Airlines and Delta Air Lines…

US Voter Registration Made Easy With Delta

Are you stuck in the skies this election season? If your flying on Delta, you don't have to worry as the airline is now offering free voter registration and debate screenings onboard their flights. Delta is offering free internet access from Gogo WiFi to passengers who wish to register to…

American Dismisses Gogo Lawsuit

On Monday, American Airlines dismissed a lawsuit it had brought against in-flight internet provider Gogo. In the lawsuit, filed February 12, American alleged Gogo has not respected its right to alter or terminate their agreement should a competitor offer a better service. Gogo currently provides WiFi on American’s flights within…