Crunch Report | Instagram Stories Hits 150 Million Daily Users
FarmLogs raises $22 million, Instagram Stories hits 150 million daily users, Google closes its UAV project and JetBlue gives us free Wi-Fi. All this on Crunch Report. Read More ...
JetBlue completes its rollout of Fly-Fi, with free high-speed WiFi on all planes
 JetBlue today announced that it has officially completed its fleet-wide rollout of Fly-Fi, bringing free wireless internet to all of its planes. The carrier first introduced to the service in late 2013, bringing speeds of around 12 to 15Mbps – far surprising the wireless offerings available on other domestic flights at the time. Along with installation on all of its planes, JetBlue has… Read More ...
JetBlue pushing ahead with plan for free Wi-Fi on every flight by fall 2016
Surveys have shown just how important in-flight Wi-Fi has become for passengers, with most saying availability of such a service influences their booking. With that in mind, it's little wonder JetBlue is keen to roll out its own service to its entire fleet. The post JetBlue pushing ahead with plan for free Wi-Fi on every flight by fall 2016 appeared first on Digital Trends....
JetBlue Will Accept Apple Pay At 30,000 Feet
 JetBlue has become the first U.S. airline to accept Apple Pay in-flight, meaning customers can use their iPhone to purchase snack boxes, premium items, etc. from the airline. The idea here is that some people tuck their wallets away in carry-on bags, stowed in luggage compartments above, and hold up service to get out a credit card and pay. Fewer people part with their portable personal… Read More ...
JetBlue Will Accept Apple Pay At 30,000 Feet
 JetBlue has become the first U.S. airline to accept Apple Pay in-flight, meaning customers can use their iPhone to purchase snack boxes, premium items, etc. from the airline. The idea here is that some people tuck their wallets away in carry-on bags, stowed in luggage compartments above, and hold up service to get out a credit card and pay. Fewer people part with their portable personal… Read More ...
JetBlue Will Accept Apple Pay At 30,000 Feet
 JetBlue has become the first U.S. airline to accept Apple Pay in-flight, meaning customers can use their iPhone to purchase snack boxes, premium items, etc. from the airline. The idea here is that some people tuck their wallets away in carry-on bags, stowed in luggage compartments above, and hold up service to get out a credit card and pay. Fewer people part with their portable personal… Read More ...
Jetblue gets nerdy, paints binary code on one of its planes
To mark the rollout of in-flight Wi-Fi on its planes, Jetblue repainted and re-christened one of its A320s with a custom livery that's painted in binary code. Jetblue is using a new satellite-based Wi-Fi system that's eight-times faster.The post Jetblue gets nerdy, paints binary code on one of its planes appeared first on Digital Trends....
Delta And JetBlue Now Let You Use Your Gadgets During Taxi, Takeoff And Landing
It's been a long time since flying was fun (unless you are reading this on the upper deck of a 747, of course). This week, however, things got a bit more bearable thanks to the FAA's decision that airlines can now allow their passengers to keep their gadgets on – in airplane mode – during taxi, takeoff and landing. The first two airlines to actually put this into practice are Delta and JetBlue. Both say that they have worked closely with the FAA to evaluate the impact of gate-to-gat...
Delta And JetBlue Now Let You Use Your Gadgets During Taxi, Takeoff And Landing
It's been a long time since flying was fun (unless you are reading this on the upper deck of a 747, of course). This week, however, things got a bit more bearable thanks to the FAA's decision that airlines can now allow their passengers to keep their gadgets on – in airplane mode – during taxi, takeoff and landing. The first two airlines to actually put this into practice are Delta and JetBlue. Both say that they have worked closely with the FAA to evaluate the impact of gate-to-gat...