FAA ruling gives airlines chance to boost Wi-Fi usage

11/3/2013 | PAX International

Now that the Federal Aviation Administration has eased Wi-Fi limitations, Heath Lockett, senior analyst for aerospace at IHS, says it is a great time to capitalize on increasing the number of passengers who use in-flight Wi-Fi, which is still quite low. "The great challenge for airlines now is to inform passengers of the services they offer and to get them to pay for access. With the change in FAA rules garnering major attention in the media, the airlines now have a chance to get their message out to U.S. air travelers," he said.

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