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Delta to Offer In-Flight WiFi

Delta to Offer In-Flight WiFi

Posted December 15, 2008 at 6:42pm by iClarified · 4785 views
Delta Air Air Lines plans to launch an in-flight Internet service for passengers starting tomorrow, according to USA Today.

Delta Air Lines will launch a paid Wi-Fi service Tuesday on its East Coast shuttle flights. They will introduce GoGo, an Internet service operated by Aircell, on five MD-88s flying the New York LaGuardia-Boston Logan and New York LaGuardia-Washington Reagan routes. An additional Boeing 757-200 will also be equipped with GoGo.

According to Chris Babb, a Delta product manager, passengers will have about 40 minutes of surfing time on currently equipped flights. He also notes that Delta plans on adding a plane every two to three days with hopes of having its entire domestic fleet equipped by the end of 2009.

The service will cost $9.95 for flights less than three hours and $12.95 for longer flights; however, these first two weeks Wi-Fi will be offered free.

Delta to Offer In-Flight WiFi
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