NEW YORK, N.Y. (CitizenWire) — CheapOair, a top ten rated online travel agency, is pleased to announce that several of their airline partners now offer in-flight Wi-Fi, and the Apple iPad. Today’s traveler is Web savvy; often booking cheap flights online, and utilizing travel gadgets, iPhones and Blackberrys. Rarely do travelers, student travelers, or business travelers leave home without some connection to the internet.
CheapOair is proud to be partnered with the airlines listed in the in-flight Wi-Fi category: Gogo In-flight Internet, from Aircell LLC, an airline wireless internet provider (*see note). Some airplanes within the following fleets offer wireless: US Airways, AirTran Airways Virgin America, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines. Other airlines expected to provide Wi-Fi include, Continental and Frontier.
Another one of CheapOair’s partners, Qantas Airways is offering passengers the iPad to use during their flights.
CheapOair offers economy class flights under $199 to top domestic destinations like Honolulu, San Francisco, Orlando and New York. CheapOair’s Top 25 deals highlights flight deals to domestic and global destinations.
Customers can book flights on the most notable airlines on CheapOair and enjoy Wi-Fi or take the iPad out for a spin.
CheapOair.com is the 7th largest online booking travel site and is a leading supplier of cheap flights, hotels, car rentals and vacation packages. CheapOair offers the best in value with attractive solutions for today’s savvy traveler. Their portfolio of products includes over 100 million airfare combinations on over 400 airlines, low airfare guarantees, 85,000 negotiated hotel rates, and the technological foundation to deliver affordable tickets to every region in the world.
For CheapOair information, call 866-636-9088 or visit www.CheapOair.com .
(*NOTE: Information sourced from online.WSJ.com).
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