Delta adds Wi-Fi to Delta Shuttle Flights

By Paul Riegler on 21 February 2012
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Delta Air Lines announced that it has added in-flight Internet access from Gogo on all Delta Shuttle flights between New York (LaGuardia/Marine Air Terminal), Boston (Logan), and Washington (National) airports as well as between LaGuardia and Chicago (O’Hare).

The addition of the Delta Shuttle fleet means that the airline will have more than 3,000 flights each day with in-flight Internet access.  This translates to providing roughly 400,000 passengers each day with an opportunity to log in while in flight.

By the summer of 2012, Delta will have more than 800 aircraft equipped with the Gogo Wi-Fi service, including over 250 two-class regional jets.  Currently, over 550 mainline aircraft are so equipped.

(Pictured: Delta Shuttle check-in kiosks and security queue, Marine Air Terminal)

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