Only 31 percent of domestic flights offer Wi-Fi, study finds

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/blog/morning_call/2012/09/only-31-percent-of-domestic-flights.html

    Only 31 percent of all domestic flights offered wireless access as of Sept. 17, a study by flight rating website Routehappy.com found.

    Carriers that offer the most domestic Wi-Fi service include Burlingame, Calif.-based Virgin America and Dallas-based AirTran Airways, which provide wireless Internet access on 100 percent of their flights, according to Routehappy.

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    I thought DL's % for domestic wifi was far higher than 65%. Are they counting international a/c subbed in for domestic flights?! I think the international a/c and some of the smaller regional jets are the only DL a/c without wifi.
     
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    This doesn't really surprise me... There are so many RJs out there today and basically all of UA is still without wifi.
     

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