JetBlue, ViaSat to expand in-flight Wi-Fi

06/11/2013 | Avionics Magazine online · Frequent Business Traveler

JetBlue Airways is expanding its agreement for in-flight Wi-Fi with ViaSat to $20 million. "A good way to characterize this amendment is that we're both putting a little more skin in the game because of our confidence that providing a really good service is going to increase the number of passengers who use it," said Mark Dankberg, CEO and chairman of ViaSat. JetBlue customers will benefit from high-speed connections available for basic Internet activity. In-flight Wi-Fi service is expected to be available on all JetBlue aircraft by the end of 2015.

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