Archive | October, 2013

Gogo goes international, to provide Japan Airlines domestic in-flight WiFi

Gogo, the company known for providing barely usable internet at exorbitant prices on United States domestic and (some) international flights, is partnering with Japan Airlines to bring its service abroad. A small expansion to be sure, but a notable one: it marks Gogo’s first expansion of service to a foreign country. The partnership will provide […]

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The Airline Fee Hater’s Guide To The Skies

Airline fees are pretty much the bane of our travel existence. It’d be one thing if they were listed clearly in the open. But alas, extra fees are incredibly sneaky, tricky, hidden and confusing. They are ZERO fun. We attempted to make sense of the madness by charting the extra fees for checked bags, WiFi and […]

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Gogo Internet is Bringing Feature Films To Your Next Flight

Gogo Internet is Bringing Feature Films To Your Next Flight We’ve got something for you to watch on an upcoming flight that’s way better than just looking at the seatback in front of you. We all know that Gogo is the best when it comes to streaming those in-flight WiFi waves, and now they’re partnering up with Hollywood to […]

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Good (and Bad) News for Air Travelers

Good (and Bad) News for Air Travelers AS the travel season hits full speed with the holidays on the horizon, here are some of the pros and cons I’ve been noticing on the road lately. GLOBAL ENTRY Good news: It’s one of the most popular federal programs since Social Security, at least for Americans who frequently […]

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JetBlue offers security pass to keep ‘Bills’ moving

JetBlue offers security pass to keep ‘Bills’ moving Though Congress has been gridlocked for weeks, Jet Blue is doing everything it can to get “Bills” moving. Anyone named Bill flying out of a D.C.-area airport will get a free “Even More Speed” pass that lets them pass through security quicker, the airline company announced Friday on its […]

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Aer Lingus launches inflight wi-fi service

Aer Lingus launches inflight wi-fi service AER Lingus has launched wi-fi access for mobile products like phones, laptops and tables on its transatlantic flights after several months of trials. Business class flyers will get the service for free while prices start at €10.95 for one hour and €19.95 for 24 hours. Seven of the airline’s […]

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