United adding more Wi-Fi and mobile boarding at all U.S. hubs

07/29/2013 | APEX Editor's Blog

By fall, United will enable fliers to scan mobile boarding passes at all domestic airports. In addition, the carrier is expanding satellite-based Wi-Fi installations. "Towards the end of this year, we will begin installing streaming video on our satellite-based Wi-Fi, marking the start of our shift toward providing in-flight entertainment content for our customers to use on their own devices," said CEO Jeff Smisek.

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