If you’re a busy business traveler and need to rely on JetBlue’s Wi-Fi to get some work done on your next flight – you can now go online to see if your flight will be Wi-Fi equipped. The airline now has nine Airbus A320s hooked up with “Fly-Fi,” and they’ve released a handy list of Fly-Fi routes those aircraft will operate. It’s a growing list, with nearly 35 daily flights able to go about their internet business as usual from 35,000′.
Here’s some more travel news you can use:
- Cruise Critic, the world’s largest cruise site, recently launched Price Drop, a tool that compares recently reduced cruise fares with the highest published rates from the past seven days.
- Nothing clears up the polar vortex blues like a $200 round trip flight to San Francisco or a $400 round trip flight to Hawaii. Want more of that kind of cure? Check out these top 5 flight deals compiled by the Christian Science Monitor.
- In its recent yearly overview, the TSA reported that officers across the nation confiscated over 1,800 guns, 81 percent of them loaded. That’s a 16 percent increase from 2012. Glad to see that airline policy and airport security are taking root in people’s minds and that we’re trending in the right direction.