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A Guide To In-Flight Wi-Fi And Power Outlets
We did a little more digging to find out exactly where airline Wi-Fi stands (prices are for domestic flights), and here's what we came up with:
- Air Canada: Approx. 18% of aircraft, $14/day*.
- AirTran Airways: All aircraft, $14/day*.
- Alaska Airlines: Approx. 93% of aircraft, $14/day*.
- American Airlines: Approx 78% of aircraft, $14/day*.
- Delta: Approx. 65% of aircraft, $14/day*.
- Jet Blue: Fleetwide wi-fi expected to come later this year.
- Southwest: Approx. 70% of aircraft, $8/day.
- United Airlines: Approx. 8% of aircraft, $14/day* or $4-20 (depending on flight).
- US Airways: About 90% of aircraft, $14/day*.
- Virgin America: All aircraft, $14/day*.
It is also important to note that even if the airplane you're flying has Wi-Fi, every seat may not have access to a power outlet. No airline has yet ensured outlets at each seat, but Seat Guru has documented where the power outlets are in each type of aircraft. Additionally, you'll want to check and make sure you have the right adaptor, or you might find it difficult to get some work done at 10,000 feet.