Three Problems JetBlue Faces With Fast Internet Service

The quest to give airline passengers a decent online connection has been slow. Most of us don’t even use the Internet when we fly, given the high prices and typically slow, spotty service—current systems can’t handle a plane full of Web surfers anyway. JetBlue Airways, which is rolling out a broadband Internet service, says that won’t be the case on its flights. The carrier plans to have its full fleet of almost 200 jets equipped with fast Wi-Fi by the end of 2015.

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