Traveling for the Holidays?

Which Airline has which Perk… 

WiFi is everywhere, but I discovered recently over Thanksgiving that it’s not always a free perk on all of the Airlines.

Even though an increasing amount of airlines have announced that they’ll soon be implementing WiFi, there’s still a long way to go when it comes to the quality of the service, and slow speeds are deterring fliers from considering purchasing internet onboard.

At the moment only eight airlines offer free in-flight WiFi: Emirates, JetBlue, Norwegian, Turkish Airlines, Air China, Philippine Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, and Nok Air.

Want to know which airlines offer in-flight internet access? Here’s the complete list:

  • American has Gogo.
  • Delta has Delta Connect and Gogo.
  • Frontier you can purchase once you’re onboard.
  • JetBlue has Fly-Fi.
  • Southwest has Row 44, $8 all day, per device.
  • US Air has Gogo.
  • United has Gogo and United Wi-Fi℠.

Otherwise, you can always read a book! Travel Safe! and Happy Holidays!

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