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Delta Air Lines has announced that it has provided in-flight WiFi onboard its regional jets, claiming it is the first in the world. Internet will be available to passengers of its 250 airplanes operated by Delta’s regional carriers, apart from its entire domestic fleet of 550 aircrafts. Delta launched this new service with an inaugural WiFi-equipped flight from Atlanta to White Plain, New York, with scheduled stops in Omaha and Des Moines. Passengers of that flight were treated for free WiFi courtesy of a complimentary 30-day Gogo pass.

Delta representatives say that providing in-flight Internet to its “two-class regional aircrafts” would benefit more than 81,000 passengers daily. Installations of WiFi on Delta’s regional jets are expected to be completed by early 2012.

Source: Engadget

 
 

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