Wi-Fi "take rates" haven't taken off with travelers

By one estimate, only 5% of airline passengers subscribe to in-flight Wi-Fi. That percentage is expected to increase as more airlines equip their planes with Internet access. "The airlines that have in-flight Wi-Fi will also have passengers who are willing to pay a more attractive (or higher) fare," said Henry Harteveldt, a senior analyst at Forrester Research.

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