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More and more airlines offering WiFi in the sky


Below is an updated list of airlines currently offering Gogo Inflight Internet on some or all of their planes. Nothing like tweeting from 35,000 feet in the air.


  • Air Canada: You can enjoy onboard WiFi on Canada's number one airline with just the swipe of a credit card. The airline charges $9.95 for a laptop and $7.95 for a portable device for the duration of your flight. Service is only available on certain Air Canada A319 airplanes that fly over the United States
  • AirTran Airways: For $12.95 you can fly with AirTran and surf the net. If you're lucky enough to be flying with the low-cost carrier through May 23, 2010, Gogo Inflight is absolutely free!
  • American Airlines: AA has been working hard on getting their entire fleet connected. Right now all Boeing 767-200 planes and certain MD80's are online with 737 flights to be equipped this year. Prices start at $4.95 per session. 
  • Delta Airlines: You can tweet away,update your facebook, read emails and more on 1,700 Delta flights daily. Delta planes equipped with WiFi include MD-88, MD-90, B757, B737-800, B737-700, B767, A319, A320 and B753. Prices range from $4.95 for a flight lasting up to 90 minutes to $12.95 for a 3 hour flight.
  • United Airlines: United offers Gogo Inflight Internet on all 757-200 p.s. premium service transcontinental flights (New York (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO). 
  • US Airways: Gogo Inflight Internet  is now available on certain United A321 planes. The WiFi service is available in the continental U.S. (lower 48 states) as well as passengers flying to and from Canada and Mexico (coverage will be extended up to 100-150 miles of the U.S. border). Service charges include $4.95 to $12.95 for a laptop and $4.95 to $7.95 for a mobile device.
  • Virgin America: The Richard Branson owned airline promises WiFi "at every seay, on every flight." Prices range from $5.95 for a 90 minute flight to $39.95 for a 30 day pass on your laptop and $4.95 for 90 minutes to $14.95 for 30 days on your mobile device.

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