JetBlue achieves two major milestones with Fly-Fi

JetBlue has completed installation of its Fly-Fi inflight entertainment and connectivity service on its fleet of more than 150 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft and its first Fly-Fi-enabled E190 made its official inaugural flight this week.The airline anticipates it will complete the installation of Fly-Fi on all 60 of its E190s by the fourth quarter of 2016, at which point it will have completed installation of Fly-Fi on the entire JetBlue fleet.“Soon every JetBlue customer will step on board knowing their aircraft is equipped with free, fast internet and entertainment, the same way they expect our friendly service and the most legroom in coach,” averred Jamie Perry, vice-president of brand and product development, JetBlue. “Our Fly-Fi model has proven that there is a way to offer customers more without adding extra costs to their travel.“These milestones come as JetBlue and Amazon prepare to bring unlimited, on-demand entertainment with the upcoming launch of Amazon Video onboard, giving Amazon Prime members instant streaming access to tens of thousands of movies and TV episodes in flight, at no additional cost with their membership.”

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