Passengers can now use their Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) gate-to-gate on jetBlue and Delta. The airlines both worked very closely with the FAA to meet the safety standards necessary to allow PED usage below 10,000 feet. jetBlue flight 2302 (pictured above) on 1 November 2013 was the first US commercial flight to allow gate-to-gate PED […]

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New York based low cost carrier jetBlue has announced it will offer premium service with lie-flat seats on trans con routes with A321s starting in June 2014. jetBlue released a statement saying: “There will be a dedicated sub-fleet of 11 brand new Airbus A321s initially used for the two core transcontinental routes [JFK-LAX and JFK-San Francisco], […]

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While airlines might not be keen on the practice of BYOB (bring your own booze), a growing number of them are embracing the trend of BYOD, or bring your own device. The devices in question are predominantly tablets, being brought on board by some 37% of passengers and used by 44% of frequent fliers (who […]

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Delta international fleet to be equipped with GoGo Wi-Fi Delta claims to operate the world’s largest Wi-Fi-equipped fleet of of 800 aircraft (including DL Connection) aircraft with more than 3,000 flights daily, reaching more than 400,000 customers.  However, until recently, Delta’s WiFi offering only worked on domestic flights since the service was provided by GoGo (formerly AirCell), […]

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