Delta to Offer New WiFi Service for Passengers

Soon you'll be free to surf the friendly skies..at a cost. Within the past week it was announced that Delta Airlines will begin offering WiFi internet service on a limited number of its flights. According to The Washington Post, the service will be offered on half of the airline's shuttle flights between Washington's Reagan National, New York's LaGuardia and Boston's Logan airports. The service will let any passengers with WiFi-enabled devices including laptops, smartphones and PDA's to access the internet.

As of March 2009, Shuttle America will be taking over the shuttle flights flying the Washington to New York route. Shuttle America's flights don't currently offer internet access. By March 2009 though, Delta's other flights out of Washington will offer WiFi.

The Wi Fi service is going to be free through the end of 2008 on Delta's shuttle flights, and then begin to cost passengers in 2009. The charges for accessing the Wi Fi Internet service on Delta's flights will run $9.95 for flights less than 3 hours and $12.95 for flights longer than 3 hours.

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(Source: WashingtonPost.com)


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