JetBlue to Offer Live Major League Baseball Games on Flights

By Jesse Sokolow on 9 July 2015
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Citi Field, home of the New York Mets

Citi Field, home of the New York Mets

JetBlue Airways announced the beginning of a new partnership with Major League Baseball. The agreement will allow JetBlue passengers to watch live Major League Baseball regular season games at no charge while in flight using either a dedicated app or JetBlue’s Fly-Fi Hub portal.

Travelers can watch the games by first accesing the Fly-Fi Hub and then selecting if using a laptop or, on smartphones and tablets, by launching the At Bat mobile app and then selecting The app is compatible with Apple iOS devices, Android devices, Windows phones, and Kindle Fire.

The site offers access to 2,500 live and archived games on demand per season.

Flyers traveling on JetBlue flights in the continental United States in aircraft equipped with Fly-Fi will have access to the service, which has over 2,500 live and archived games on demand each season. The Fly-Fi service is available on all Airbus A321 aircraft and 85% of JetBlue’s A320 fleet.

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