How to use the Wi-fi at 30,000 Feet

It’s a matter of fact that in-flight Wi-Fi connections haven’t become a standard for travellers and could be very useful for all of us. According to Wikipedia in 1936 the airship Hindenburg offered passengers a piano, lounge, dining room, smoking room and bar during the 2½ day flight between Europe and America.

Nowadays many leading U.S. airlines offer Wi-Fi connectivity services, sometimes at no charge or with different price plans. Flight metasearch engine momondo has created a unique infographic aimed at informing consumers on charges and services provided by 18 firms. Something you may want to save on your PC to help ensure you pick the right airline to travel with when you can’t live without your laptop, tablet or smart phone during the flights.

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Have you used inflight Wi-Fi before?

Comments

  1. canadianbloghouse says:

    Very interesting! I didn't realize the airlines offered WiFi. I thought it was just at the airports. It has been almost 2 years since I've flown so I guess things have changed – Yay! Thanks for this info!
    My recent post #Sochi2014 Trivia ~ The Winter Olympics In #Infographics

  2. WestJet has just announced they will be bringing out free WiFi soon. 😉

  3. Sometimes it also depends on the length of the flight, but this is a great info graphic! Thank You!
    My recent post The Olympic Spirit

  4. Breanna Reilly says:

    I will be boarding a plane into the U.S. tomorrow morning to visit my grandparents, so this post was very interesting and useful! thank you!

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