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+ - Survey Shows Growing Number of Airline Passengers Demand Faster In-Flight WiFi

Submitted by stephendavion
stephendavion writes: In just a few short years, in-flight WiFi has gone from a novel idea to an amenity that most passengers just assume is installed when they board. However prevalent passengers may think the technology is, the fact is that a relatively small number of aircraft worldwide offer the service, but a recent survey shows passengers are clamoring for even faster connections. Honeywell Aerospace, a major supplier of in-flight connectivity hardware, conducted a survey between June 6 and June 19, 2014, among 1,045 Americans age 18 and over who have used in-flight Wi-Fi at least once in the last 12 months. The results, while unsurprising as a whole, give some unique insight into the mind of the connected passenger.
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Survey Shows Growing Number of Airline Passengers Demand Faster In-Flight WiFi

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