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2018 Technology Trend – Free Messaging On Board North American Airlines

Over the past five years, the biggest North American airlines progressively installed Wi-Fi to improve connectivity on board their domestic fleet. Today, most of them charge for internet access with the exception of JetBlue Airways which provides complimentary access for their passengers. In 2018, a new trend is brewing as airlines expand or introduce free messaging on board. Experience The Skies reveals which North American airlines are participating in this trend and where is it heading next.

 

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Delta Air Lines and Amtrak Pick Lyft For The Ride Home

 

Train and plane rides can be the fun part of a trip. The roundtrip journey to the train station and airport can be a bigger challenge for those with kids, a lot of baggages or riding public transportation. One solution is for train operators and airlines to partner with rideshare providers to allow for easy pick up and drop off. Amtrak and Delta Air Lines are two examples integrating Lyft in the journey process.

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JetBlue Airways Disrupts Boston To San Francisco Market

Experience The Skies has been updating blog readers on JetBlue Airways and its MINT® product for a while (refer to our coverage here for the MINT product and here focusing on Boston). As promised JetBlue Airways upgraded one of three daily flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) with an Airbus A321 featuring its highly praised MINT product.

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