Why fly with Fly-Fi®? (Now say that five times fast!)
, the things you do daily on your computer, tablet or smartphone can be done in the air – and with impressive speed! Surf, browse, upload, download, search, stream, play, read, watch, listen, write, click, send, receive, buy, "like," post, blog, Instagram, tweet, book a JetBlue flight, you name it. Fly-Fi®
won’t leave your web priorities up in the air.
What's the cost of Fly-Fi®?
While we're in our beta period, our basic web browsing plan, Simply Surf, will be free with a high-bandwidth plan available for purchase. Services for bandwidth-heavy applications like streaming movies and large downloads will be available for purchase on our Fly-Fi®
Plus plan at $9/hour. Just log in to the Fly-Fi®
portal during your flight and follow the instructions.
How long will it take to get all JetBlue planes equipped with Fly-Fi®?
Installing brand-new satellite technology on our entire fleet is no easy feat—it is basically rocket science after all. Our goal is to roll out Fly-Fi®
over the course of two years, with several planes installed every month, beginning with our Airbus fleet by Spring 2015 and followed closely by our Embraer 190s. Check out the planes below to see what percentage of our aircraft currently have Fly-Fi installed.
How do I know I’m on a Fly-Fi® plane?
decal will be visible on the outside of the aircraft beside the boarding door and instructions on how to connect to Fly-Fi®
will be available in the seatback card. Some routes – such as our NYC-LAX route – will always have Fly-Fi. Although you won't know if the Internet is available on your flight at the time of booking, the day before your flight, you can check the JetBlue mobile app to see if your flight is Fly-Fi equipped.
Is Fly-Fi® Internet available everywhere JetBlue flies?
Internet connectivity is currently available only over the contiguous U.S. For flights originating outside of the contiguous U.S., Fly-Fi®
Internet connectivity will be available once the aircraft returns to the coverage area. This coverage area does not necessarily guarantee service availability.