Posted on: 08 November 2010 by Mark Howells
For the second consecutive year, Virgin America and Google Chrome have teamed up to offer free Gogo Inflight Internet for all the airline’s guests during the holiday season.
“In-flight WiFi has been popular with our guests since we launched it on our first aircraft in November of 2008,” said David Cush, President and CEO of Virgin America. “Both business and leisure travelers are logging on at a growing rate, and many travelers consider the availability of in-flight WiFi one of the key factors in their booking decision. We saw a jump in the number of guests logging on after last year’s free WiFi gift and we expect to see an increase again.”
Virgin America is the first airline in the U.S. to offer both standard power outlets near every seat and fleet-wide WiFi, plus the Red in-flight entertainment system – the largest and most advanced personal touch-screen entertainment platform in the skies.
The airline is offering the gift of in-flight connection on all flights from 20th November 2010 to 2nd January 2011.