Delta Adds Gogo Vision Video-On-Demand and Wi-Fi Portal

By Eva Leonard on 7 October 2011
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Delta Air Lines launched new in-flight entertainment options in conjunction with its wireless partner Gogo.  The Delta Connect Wi-Fi portal offers passengers free access to real-time travel information, destination content, news and information, and on-line shopping. and are included in the free content.

In addition, Delta announced the deployment of Gogo’s new video-on-demand service, Gogo Vision, on its fleet of 16 Boeing 757-300 aircraft.  Gogo Vision allows passengers to continue viewing a movie after they have landed, in case they didn’t have time to finish it while on the flight.  Delta is Gogo’s second partner for the service; it was launched in August on American Airlines.

Delta Connect and Gogo Vision are available to passengers regardless as to whether they purchase Gogo’s Wi-Fi service.  There is a fee ranging from $.99 (television programs) to $3.99 (movies) for the entertainment service.

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