Air travel used to be so easy: Pick a destination, call a travel agent, buy your ticket, pack, get dressed up, go to the airport, fly.
Now? It’s much more complicated: Choose a destination. Scour the Internet for tickets. Decide: pack a carry-on or pay to check a bag? Dress for success at the security checkpoint. Stock up on food and water. Then, settle in and elbow your seatmate for a piece of the armrest.
Soon: All of the above; plus deciding if you’ll pay for in-flight Wi-Fi and, if so, which plan to buy.
Find out what airlines are charging for sky-high Wi-Fi and if those prices are likely to stick in my Flying the Wi-Fi Skies story posted on MSNBC.com today.
And let me know: what WOULD you be willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi?