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To Tweet from 30,000 feet: Picking Planes Wired for Wi-Fi

GoGo Wi-Fi service runs $9.95 - $12.95, depending on flight timeTo Tweet from 30,000 feet: Picking Planes Wired for Wi-Fi

This WSJ story by Scott McCartney takes a close look at the price of Wi-Fi service onboard airlines like Virgin America, Southwest, United, Delta, JetBlue and US Airways. Suppliers like Panasonic Avionics, GoGo and Row44 provide the technology enabling connectivity onboard. Are passengers selecting airlines based on Wi-Fi service available? How do passengers know whether their aircraft will be Wi-Fi equipped before flying? What are the costs of Wi-Fi onboard? McCartney answers all these questions and more in his “The Middle Seat” column (runs in the WSJ every Thursday).

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