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  1. Bits 'n Pieces for August 21, 2013 - View from the Wing - View from the Wing

    […] An increasing number of people are using inflight internet. […]

  2. hillrider
    hillrider at |

    So what we learn is that 94% of flyers opt not to pay for internet service.

    Wow; that’s a massive amount.

    I guess with the exception of travel bloggers and and a few overworked people, nobody really cares much about internet on planes to pay for it!

  3. CV
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    Paying for internet on airplanes. I think it all depends on the amount of time a costumer spends on airplanes every month.

  4. gobluetwo
    gobluetwo at |

    Also a big factor is probably the length of the flight. More people would be tempted to buy it on flights 2.5-3+ hours (my own scientific estimates) vs. less. I’d bet you’d see evidence of higher usage rates on longer midcons and transcons than you would for the shorter flights.

  5. More people are using Gogo in-flight wifi and paying more for it, too | The Wandering Aramean

    […] next summer. And Gogo expects to have international service on Delta planes in 2014 as well. It is worth remembering the penalty clause Gogo has looming should a competing airline (believed to be United) outpaces a Gogo partner (believed to be Delta) […]

  6. More people are using Gogo in-flight wifi and paying more for it, too | Wandering Aramean

    […] next summer. And Gogo expects to have international service on Delta planes in 2014 as well. It is worth remembering the penalty clause Gogo has looming should a competing airline (believed to be United) outpaces a Gogo partner (believed to be Delta) […]