Passengers flying with American Airlines in the US can now download a widget informing them if their flight will feature in-flight internet access.
AA launched wifi access on US flights in association with Gogo in 2008, and the service is now available on all of the carrier’s 767-200 aircraft and selected MD80 and 737s.
Passengers can check if their specific flight will feature the service, by visiting aa.com/wifiwidget within 24 hours of departure, and the widget can also be accessed on any internet-enabled mobile device.
Passengers enjoy free access to the carrier’s aa.com website in-flight, with full internet access starting from US$4.95 per session.
For more information visit aa.com/wifi.
Report by Mark Caswell