In-flight Wi-Fi goes from differentiator to requirement

09/27/2011 |

In just a few short years, in-flight Wi-Fi has become a requirement for most airlines. The growth of Wi-Fi will lead to $1.5 billion in revenue by 2015, this feature article says. "While airlines initially viewed in-flight broadband as a competitive differentiator, it is now simply viewed in the U.S. market as a competitive requirement," said analyst Amy Cravens.

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