There's nothing quite as magical as surfing the interwebs from cruising altitude, and now you can add American airline JetBlue to the list of airlines that will let you do it. The company's new, punny service "Fly-Fi" will be showing up in planes later this year.
So far, details are scarce, but that hasn't kept JetBlue from promising the world. According to the announcement of the service, Fly-Fi will "be smarter, newer, faster and better than anything on the market today for commercial aviation." Watch out, Gogo!
JetBlue also released a little video as to how it should perform, but it's yet to be tested in the air. The US Federal Aviation Administration still needs to sign off. If it's half as good as JetBlue is promising, fantastic. And if it's not, even slow Wi-Fi is better than no Wi-Fi, especially when you're flying through the air in a gigantic metal bird, right?