• February 20 2020

    It’s no secret that in-flight internet is not the greatest. FlyerTalkers discuss it at length in the forums, and we have almost all boarded a flight with either no internet or such spotty service that it isn’t worth the cost we paid. But perk up, would-be web browsers—there’s a new era of in-air internet service on the way that could be more reliable and cheaper. The optimism is thanks to a nonprofit coalition of 30 airlines, plane manufacturers, satellite companies, and internet equipment manufacturers, called the Seamless Air Alliance. They’re dedicated to making the future of flying an internet-friendly zone. The goal is to create a global standard, a technology architecture of non-exclusive internet networks.

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