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JetBlue announced that they will be launching in-flight WiFi onboard their aircraft and now through June 2014, the WiFi will be free.
Currently JetBlue only has Fly-Fi on three of their Airbus A320s in their fleet, but will be adding more A320’s each month, followed by their Embraer E190’s.
If you want to find out which routes these planes will be flying, head over to this site, which will be updated each day on the routes.
Fly-Fi Internet connectivity is currently available only over the contiguous U.S. For flights originating outside of the contiguous U.S., Fly-Fi Internet connectivity will be available once the aircraft returns to the coverage area.
JetBlue also offers free Wi-Fi at Terminal 5 in New York City’s JFK airport and at Long Beach Airport in California.
If you happen to be flying on one of these routes be sure to check out their WiFi. Once JetBlue fully equips their entire fleet, they will start charging for it, so make sure to take advantage of it while it’s free.
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