Recently, we took a flight to NYC and realized that the plane we were on did not offer Wi-Fi. According to a recent study, one in five people say they have switched from their preferred airline to one that offers in-flight internet. The study also showed that more than 50 percent of business travelers and 40 percent of leisure travelers who said they switched airlines for in-flight Wi-Fi would not fly without the service for their next trip. Checking work and personal email ranks as the number one activity followed closely by Web surfing.
GoGo provides internet service on all domestic flights with Delta, Virgin America and AirTran. There is also service on select flights with Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines and U.S. Airways flights. Does Wi-Fi Impact Your Airline of Choice?
So would you switch airlines or pay more money to have internet?