Articles tagged “wifi”

Airlines

Etihad Will Offer Free iPads and Wi-Fi on Flights Affected by Electronics Ban

This is a smart move to ensure Etihad's most valuable customers are able to stay connected on its lengthy flights direct to U.S. destinations.

Etihad Will Offer Free iPads and Wi-Fi on Flights Affected by Electronics Ban

Airlines

JetBlue Opens Up Free Wi-Fi on All Flights

Fly-Fi is now free across the entirety of JetBlue's fleet, which should make any Wi-Fi-dependent traveler happy.

JetBlue Opens Up Free Wi-Fi on All Flights

Tourism

Better Relations With U.S. Means Much Better Wi-Fi Across Cuba

Tourists' experiences just got better in Cuba, too.

Better Relations With U.S. Means Much Better Wi-Fi Across Cuba

Online Travel

Boingo Adds Major U.S. Cell Carrier to Make Wi-Fi Faster at U.S. Airports

Airports with decent Wi-Fi are becoming more common than those without it. Boingo's new partnership with a major U.S. carrier will hopefully take airport Wi-Fi even further towards a seamless experience.

Boingo Adds Major U.S. Cell Carrier to Make Wi-Fi Faster at U.S. Airports

Airlines

Gogo Feels Pressure as American Airlines Splits In-Flight Wi-Fi Order With ViaSat

Increased rivalry among in-flight Wi-Fi providers is likely good news for technology advancements that are expedited because of it and the consumers that will benefit from them.

Gogo Feels Pressure as American Airlines Splits In-Flight Wi-Fi Order With ViaSat

Online Travel

Gogo Is Trying to Raise $500 Million to Improve In-Flight Wi-Fi

Getting Internet onto a plane will likely always be a capital-intensive project, and Gogo's push for faster connectivity will require big investments from the company and from airlines.

Gogo Is Trying to Raise $500 Million to Improve In-Flight Wi-Fi

Online Travel

Wi-Fi at Hotels: The Battle Over Free Vs. Fee

Traveler demand for, and use of, Internet connection services is soaring, creating a dilemma for travel brands that must walk a precarious tightrope between charging for access and risking customer anger over unreliable free service.

Wi-Fi at Hotels: The Battle Over Free Vs. Fee

Media and PR

New Skift Trends Report: The State of Traveler Connectivity in 2016

Traveler demand for, and use of, Internet connection services is soaring, creating a dilemma for travel brands that must walk a precarious tightrope between charging for access and risking customer anger over unreliable free service.

New Skift Trends Report: The State of Traveler Connectivity in 2016

Airlines

New Gogo Deal Means Faster In-Flight Wi-Fi From Pole to Pole

If things keep evolving at this pace in the air, we're going to have a hard time finding excuses not to be connected to the office. Off-line vacations are the next big trend. Right that down.

New Gogo Deal Means Faster In-Flight Wi-Fi From Pole to Pole

Online Travel

How American Airlines May Be Making In-Flight Wi-Fi Better for Everyone

We're in a development period now with in-flight Wi-Fi where are expectations can't be met by much of the existing infrastructure.

How American Airlines May Be Making In-Flight Wi-Fi Better for Everyone