Gogo bringing free in-flight access to weather information

GogoNeed to know if your connecting flight will be delayed by bad weather? Wondering if the destination you’re about to land in will be covered in snow?

Gogo, the world leader in in-flight internet access, has partnered with The Weather Channel to offer passengers on Gogo-equipped flights free access to Weather.com and Weather Underground in the air. Up-to-date weather information on cities across the country will be available without having to pay for an internet session.

Access via laptop is already available, with access via smartphone set to begin in the first quarter of 2014.

More information about the new partnership is available here.

Ian Livingston

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Ian Livingston
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