It’s that time of year when so many of us jet away on summer holiday. But, as the availability of in-flight Wi-Fi grows, so does the potential for mid-air wireless attacks.
According to RouteHappy, flyers now have at least some chance of getting in-flight Wi-Fi on 24 percent of flights worldwide. Within the US, that likelihood spikes to 66 percent – including all of Virgin America and over half of Delta, JetBlue, and Southwest flights. Want to increase your odds of getting online aloft? Choose a flight served by Boeing equipment.