I’m a big fan of free wireless Internet at airports. Now I’m also a big fan of free wireless Internet on airplanes.
Especially these free in-flight Wi-Fi offers that have popped up recently:
This Saturday, October 31, 2009, Gogo Inflight Internet will be free on all Gogo-equipped Delta flights. To access the service use the code GOPINK.
It’s great that Delta passengers can spend Halloween using Gogo for free.
Even better: for each free session that day, Aircell (the company that brings us the Gogo service) will be donating $1 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, up to $10,000. They’re also going to give all Gogo proceeds from Delta’s Pink Plane for the month of October to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
It seems first timers might also be able to get free Wi-Fi on Delta through the end of the year with the code: deltatrygogo and on Airtran with airtrantrygogo. (Let me know if this works for you.)
But wait! There’s more:
From November 1 – 7, 2009, there will also be free Wi-Fi on Wi-Fi-equipped American Airlines flights, courtesy of the folks at LEXUS. To access that service use the code: 2010LEXUSLS. ( No car purchase necessary.)
And one more: from November 10, 2009 all the way through the holidays and until January 10, 2010, you’ll get free Wi-Fi on Virgin America flights, courtesy of the folks at Google. Details about free Wi-Fi on Virgin America here.
Have you found some other free in-flight Wi-Fi offers? Let us know.
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