With more and more airlines now offering Wi-Fi access in the sky, it’s easier than ever to stay connected while you’re traveling. A number of airlines, including AirTran, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Virgin America, have already rolled out Wi-Fi across most or all of their fleets. Many other airlines also have Wi-Fi available across a portion of their fleets, or have projects in the works for 2012.
In order to help you determine which flight choices have onboard Wi-Fi available, TripAdvisor Flights has rolled out a new indicator to show which flights offer Internet access in the sky. Now, when conducting flight searches on TripAdvisor, airlines that offer Wi-Fi across most or all of their fleets will now be shown with a Wi-Fi logo next to the flight details button in the lower right of each itinerary.
In addition, you can now filter flight choices by carriers that offer onboard Wi-Fi, using the “Amenities” filter in the lefthand column. It’s never been easier to navigate through the fast evolving world of in-flight Wi-Fi.
To check out the new feature and shop a comprehensive selection of flight choices, visit www.tripadvisor.com/flights.
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