Posted on: 15 October 2015 by Ross McSweeny
JetBlue is well on its way to becoming the only US carrier to offer free high-speed Wi-Fi internet on every aircraft.
tInstallation of Fly-Fi has been completed on its fleet of more than 150 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. Its first Fly-Fi-enabled Embraer E190 made its official inaugural flight this week, with the airline hoping to finish installation of Fly-Fi on all 60 of its E190s by autumn 2016, a date which will see which will the entire JetBlue fleet fitted with the service.
ttThe progress has been made as JetBlue and Amazon prepare to launch Amazon Video on-board, which will see Amazon Prime members granted complimentary instant streaming access to movies and TV episodes in-flight.
ttCustomers connected to Fly-Fi, which offers speeds up to 20Mbps per device, can access content on The Hub via their PED. The Hub hosts a growing collection of entertainment, educational content and news. The Hub includes a wealth of content including video from Vox Media, PBS, NatGeo and more, the latest e-books from HarperCollins Publishers and magazines from Time Inc.t