JetBlue (B6) has reaffirmed the previously announced agreement with ViaSat to launch high speed ka-band Wi-Fi onboard its fleet of more than170 Embraer E-190s and Airbus A320s. B6 CCO Robin Hayes told attendees at the Low Cost Carrier Conference in London that the airline signed a definitive agreement with the connectivity provider, and intends to launch the product in early 2013. The Wi-Fi service will initially be provided to passengers for free. An MOU with ViaSat was announced in ...

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