“Oh my god, how cute is Dennis, right?” squawks the woman three feet from your ear for the fourth consecutive hour as you sit, captive, constructing a sound obfuscation chamber out of airplane pillows and blankets.
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A panel tasked with exploring relaxed gadget rules on airplanes now says that Wi-Fi is safe to use throughout an entire flight.
Flight attendants will start using the new phones on August 26. At that point, fliers will start getting emailed receipts rather than physical ones. Delta also says the transactions will become a lot faster.
The Federal Communications Commission released a new set of rules today aimed at making it easier for airline carriers to offer their passengers in-flight Internet access — and I don’t think I’m alone when saying it’s about freakin’ time.
Guest Post The media has had some doom and gloom stories surrounding Virgin America, Silicon Valley’s startup airline, recently. I spoke with CEO David Cush about the airline’s latest pivot and the future of the company.
JetBlue seeks to distinguish itself with fast in-flight WiFi.
Russian travel startup OneTwoTrip received $9 million from Phenomen Ventures today.
Generally speaking, I like traveling and usually don’t mind not having super reliable access to the Internet while waiting for flights. This, of course, is the complete opposite if it’s a business-related trip and I’m having to work from afar.
Guest Post Since its launch, Virgin America has become the unofficial airline of Silicon Valley. With new airplanes, Wi-Fi on all flights, a Linux-based entertainment system, power outlets at every seat and a beautiful new terminal at its home airport of SFO, it has become the go-to airline for many in the tech community.
United Airlines on Tuesday announced it has purchased 11,000 Apple iPads to and will be giving one to all United and Continental pilots.
American Airlines on Monday announced it would start offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as an in-flight entertainment device on select flights. It plans to deploy 6,000 Samsung tablets in premium-level cabins of some transcontinental and international flights.