The U.S. domestic airline fleet leads the world for installed wireless Internet connectivity onboard, data from the online travel site Routehappy show. The site calculates availability on the total number of available “flight miles,” and by that metric, Routehappy says 66% of flights operated by U.S. carriers have some sort of installed Wi-Fi. This compares with 24% of worldwide flight miles. But what is most striking about the U.S. fleet is the growth in Wi-Fi availability since ...

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