fly fi

Fly fi is the latest technology that allows you to access free and high-speed wifi onboard JetBlue flights. It works with all your devices – from laptops to tablets and smartphones.

The service is powered by ViaSat, which uses a next-generation Ka-band satellite model. This enables speeds of up to eight times faster than Gogo’s standard air-to-ground tech.

In-flight Wi-Fi

Most modern airplanes have antennas that connect to cell towers or satellites to provide in-flight Wi-Fi. This technology is a good way to connect to the internet during a flight and allow passengers to communicate with family or friends on the ground.

However, this system only works when planes are above a certain altitude. So if you’re flying over water, like on transatlantic routes, it will not work.

The other method used by airlines is satellite powered in-flight Wi-Fi. This is a more advanced solution and has better speeds than the first type of in-flight Wi-Fi service, which uses ground-based cell towers.

Some airlines, such as Air France, have started installing Gogo’s satellite-based 2Ku in-flight Wi-Fi system on some of their aircraft. It offers three tiers of connectivity: messaging (free), surfing, and streaming for audio and video.

Online Shopping

One of the best ways to rack up points and miles is to take advantage of an airline’s shopping portal. This is a free service that lets you earn airline miles for purchases at thousands of merchants around the globe. The site is a breeze to use and the rewards are worth the effort. The best part is that you don’t have to be an expert in all things travel related to make the most of it. A few tips and tricks are required, however. For example, you’ll want to avoid using promo codes from websites other than the airline’s own. This is particularly important if you’re on the hunt for the best airfare deal around town. It’s also a good idea to keep an eye out for any deals that aren’t as obvious.

Amazon Video

Amazon’s streaming video service is available on a variety of devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones. It also has an offline playback feature, which allows you to watch videos without using data.

While it may not have the same range of titles as Netflix, it does offer a great library and a wide array of original content. If you’re not sure whether to sign up, try a free trial first to see if it’s right for you.

Amazon Video is free for Prime members, and $8.99 per month for non-members. It’s available in HD and 4K Ultra HD, and it streams using adaptive bitrate technology to match the quality of your connection. It supports both 5.1 Dolby Digital and Dolby Atmos audio.

Streaming Services

If you’re a fan of streaming services, JetBlue offers free access to Amazon Prime Video on its Fly-Fi Wi-Fi network. You can stream the service to any device that has a compatible app, although it’s not yet available on all aircraft.

In addition, the budget airline has partnered with NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock to provide its customers with a curated selection of original shows and movies. This new partnership will go into effect in spring 2023 and is a major boost to JetBlue’s in-flight entertainment offerings.

JetBlue’s Fly-Fi service, which is installed on all its Airbus A320s and Embraer 190s, allows customers to email, surf, shop, stream and chat from the moment they board until they arrive at their destination. It’s one of the most popular features among JetBlue passengers, joining other customer favorites like free DIRECTV at every seat and all-you-can-eat name-brand snacks.