Thursday, July 16, 2009

AirTran 100% Internet equipped

AirTran promised in May that 100% of their fleet would be equipped for inflight Internet, and it seems they have delivered. Gogo Inflight Internet is now on all 136 of AirTran's aircraft.


"Promise made, promise delivered," said Bob Fornaro, chairman, president and CEO of AirTran Airways. "When you get onboard an AirTran Airways jet, you know exactly what you're going to get -- an assigned seat on a full-sized, new Boeing jet with Business Class, a friendly crew, complimentary XM Satellite Radio and now Wi-Fi. It's that consistent, low-cost, high-quality experience that sets us apart from our competitors."


With that accomplished, the airline is rolling out an “Internetiquette” campaign to teach people how to surf the Web in-flight without offending or annoying their neighbors.  You can catch some of these tongue-in-cheek Internetiquette tips and videos by logging onto http://www.airtran.com/internetiquette/

6 comments:

Flight Openings said...
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willthinkforf00d said...

Gotta love WiFi lol

Wayne said...
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Wayne Farley said...

From a traveler's point of view I think internet access during air travel is the way to go in this communication age, will this not interfere with the aircraft communication and navigation equipment?

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sudha jonnala said...
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Mapal said...

If they now have WIFI available, there really is no reason why they can't install some small vandal dome security cameras so that they can monitor what is happening on the plane from the ground. This would be far superior and more cost effective that having air marshals on the planes.