Delta To Offer Passengers Wi-Fi Internet Access During Flights

August 6, 2008

Delta Air Lines made the announcement Tuesday that they are going to be offering Wi-FI Internet access to passengers during flights..Boston (ChattahBox) – Delta Air Lines made the announcement Tuesday that they are going to be offering Wi-FI Internet access to passengers during flights.

It is expected that in the coming months, Delta Air Lines will be followed by other air lines in terms of offering Wi-FI.

Delta is leading the way though, as they have reached an agreement with Aircell to allow Wi-Fi Internet access for laptops, iPhones, PDAs, other smartphones, etc.

Delta has plans to have all 330 of their planes Wi-Fi enabled by the end of next summer.

Flights which are three-hours or less will have Wi-Fi available for $9.95. Flights longer than three-hours will carry a price of $12.95.

Wi-Fi access will be powered by Aircell Gogo portal, and will work once the plane reaches 10,000 feet.


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