Free Facebook on Gogo In-flight WiFi All February

by on February 5, 2011 · 2 comments

in Air Canada, AirTran, Alaska, American, Delta, United, US Airways, Virgin America

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Gogo and Facebook are teaming up to provide free access to Facebook on all Gogo equipped flights during the month of February. I actually noticed that Facebook was working before I logged into my Gogo account on a flight last Friday, January 28th. I shrugged it off as a glitch, but now realize it was probably up for testing before Gogo announced it.

I’m a huge fan of Gogo in-flight wifi, especially on transcontinental flights. I’m not a huge movie person, so being able to access the internet can make a flight fly by (pun intended).

FYI current Gogo carriers are: Air Canada, Airtran, Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, United, US Airways, and Virgin America. Of course, most of these carriers only have wifi on certain planes, so do your research before banking on having internet access.

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  • Steve Gempeler

    Which airlines provide the most inflight wifi routes for international flights? Is there a resource for this? Would be nice to know exactly what flights have wifi when I travel to Europe or South America.

    Are international flights’ wifi free for 1st/business and extra for economy? Thanks

  • The Points Guy

    Hi Steve- Actually no international flights have Gogo because the service is based off US cell towers.

    As for US flights, I know Delta now shows “your flight has wifi” when booking it on For the other carriers like United/ American, its mostly on transcontinental flights, but ever exanding.

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