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The Magical Science of Wi-Fi on Airplanes

How we browse the internet at 35,000 feet

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SSurfing the internet at 35,000 feet is now something that we expect on flights. According to the 2018 Global Traveler study, 94% of global travelers feel that inflight internet would enhance their travel experience and 30% of them explicitly look for this feature when booking their flight.




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