I’ve flown AirTran this year who boasts of having WiFi equipped planes. On this Jet Blue flight where I am composing this post and will save it as a draft on my laptop until I can get home to a WiFi signal and upload it there are seats which are all equipped with Direct TV and a pretty good selections of stations.
If you could pick just one, which would it be- $10 per flight WiFi or free direct TV?
Next scenario- Free WiFi or Free Direct TV.
Personally I’d take the WiFi in both situations but I’m curious what our readership would pick.
So vote in our poll and leave a comment in the comment section below this post.
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I just don’t understand how freaking hard it is to install the equipment necessary to have wifi on all aircraft.
Wifi makes a flight go by what seems 3-4 times faster.
You know how airlines charge extra for checked luggage? In our case $25 more per bag on US Airways for a total of $50 for our one way flight. They should refund you for the total technological failure of not having wifi on all flights in the year 2013. The FAA should shut these goddamn airlines down that don’t have wifi. Fine the shit out of them. Ground these planes til they get their act together.
How is a media giant supposed to keep his finger on the bleeding edge of what is going on for his legions of loyal followers?
Listen, take a couple grease monkeys off safety check duty and get them up inside the cabin installing the necessary equipment to provide wifi. Cancel drink service for a couple weeks, use a lower grade toilet paper in the toilettes. Charge me up for the wifi, I don’t care. I’ll feel a whole lot better about paying for wifi rather than a checked bag, that’s fer shizzy.
Somebody get me a direct line to the CEO of US Air STAT, maybe I can explain to him or her just how important it is.
Bruce Tarr, Ann Margaret, forget about such pithy things like people losing their homes on Plum Island to major storms, let’s focus on much more critical agendas like making sure your boy Joey C has wifi on all his flights.
Thank you for your attention to this serious matter.
Next politician that tackles this matter automatically gets my endorsement. Fiscal cliff, fiscal schmiff, let’s solve the important matters first. Calls for an emergency meeting of the executive branch, no?
Give me wifi on all aircraft or give me death. Enough dickin’ around.