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Delta to Offer Wi-Fi on Domestic Flights

News Flash: Delta to Offer Wi-Fi on Domestic Flights

  • Whether you're a workaholic or just into efficiency, Delta's news will have you jumping for joy. Let's hope that other airlines follow Delta's lead and start offering in-flight Wi-Fi. A flat fee of $9.95 will be charged on flights of three hours or less, and $12.95 on longer flights. — CNN Money
  • Six Flags is in big financial trouble as consumers haven't been spending their disposable income on rollercoaster rides this Summer. — The Wall Street Journal
  • Homeowners with good credit are falling behind on their payments and mortgage lenders are fearful this means more defaults are in the near future. — The New York Times

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RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 7 years
For a fee? Gee, how did i see this coming? Id actually opt not to pay for it. Chances are, you end up waiting for a plane longer then you spend time on one. So why pay when you can get it for free?Also, don't forget about those delays, for which they don't apologize.
RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 7 years
For a fee? Gee, how did i see this coming? Id actually opt not to pay for it. Chances are, you end up waiting for a plane longer then you spend time on one. So why pay when you can get it for free? Also, don't forget about those delays, for which they don't apologize.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i saw this on the WSJ and thought that it was a great idea. granted i'm a bit of a work a holic not even meaning professional work but even personal stuff. the downside that i can think of is that there are a lot of flights that i take that i consider my time to be 'uninterrupted' and knowing that i could work would ruin the peace of mind. oh well. we'll see how this affects things. luckily, i'm partial to another airline anyway.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i saw this on the WSJ and thought that it was a great idea. granted i'm a bit of a work a holic not even meaning professional work but even personal stuff. the downside that i can think of is that there are a lot of flights that i take that i consider my time to be 'uninterrupted' and knowing that i could work would ruin the peace of mind. oh well. we'll see how this affects things. luckily, i'm partial to another airline anyway.
CoralAmber CoralAmber 7 years
Six Flag costs an arm and a leg now. No one wants to spend the gas (90+ miles one way from my house), parking ($15-$25), Adult admission ($54.99), Child Admission ($34.99 unless they are over 4 ft.), and food inside the park ($??). Anyone bringing more than a couple kids is looking at well over a hundred dollars and for what? Standing in line for hours in the hot sun for a 3 to 5 minute ride and then doing it over again. I could see a lot of people wanting to spend their time and money on something else.
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