Most Important Travel Trends of 2013
Tech: You Will Stay Connected at 35,000 Feet
In-flight Wi-Fi pioneer Gogo is now available on 1,500 planes flown by nine North American carriers, while Singapore is the latest international carrier to begin a fleet-wide rollout using OnAir technology. Up next: faster connectivity, led by JetBlue, which is launching free service early this year—a refreshing change, now that some domestic carriers charge as much as $40 per flight. And there are more innovations in the works, as American, Delta, and a handful of other airlines adopt video-streaming in-flight entertainment.