is the trademark name for JetBlue Airways in-flight Wi-Fi service
. JetBlue is hardly the first airline to invest in such a service, but the company has focused on both the network technology (a form of satellite Internet
) and marketing promotion in attempts to position theirs as the best. In particular, Fly-Fi networks offer high capacity, supporting high-definition streaming video and other data-intensive applications simultaneously for many passengers on board.
In-flight Wi-Fi services have been slow to get off the ground (heh) due to cost of building the infrastructure, and the practical reason that many travelers would rather sleep on a plane than stay connected. JetBlue's base service is planned to remain free until June, at which time we should learn more about where Fly-Fi is headed (heh).
- Fly-Fi Active Routes
→ See also
- Wi-Fi - The Technology Formerly Known as Wireless Fidelity