Virgin Atlantic has become the first airline in Europe to offer WiFi across its entire fleet - ensuring customers can remain connected across flights to and from the US, Caribbean, Arica, Asia and the Middle East.
Millions of customers now travelling with Virgin Atlantic will be able to email, browse and socialise at 35,000ft from as little as £2.99 as the airline completes its ambitious WiFi programme - at least a year ahead of other European long haul carriers.
To celebrate being the first European airline to boast a fully WiFi connected fleet; Virgin Atlantic will be kicking off a services of fun events from the sky, connecting together with #LiveFromVirgin. One of the first #LiveFromVirgin events will be a comedy set in the sky.
Using a combination of Panasonic and Gogo technology, WiFi is now available across the fleet of 39 aircraft and connectivity is available above 10,000ft so customers will be able to connect shortly after take-off, and remain online until shortly before landing.
As of today, Virgin Atlantic and partner Delta Air Lines® will be the only fully connected transatlantic joint venture - keeping business customers and holidaymakers connected on up to 39 transatlantic flights per day.
To celebrate their fleet-wide WiFi, Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines are exclusively giving Traveleads clients the chance to win a £100 Virgin Experience Voucher.
Simply answer the following questions: How much will it cost you to use WiFi on-board Virgin Atlantic? How many other EU airlines are fully WiFi connected? And, at what altitude can you start to access onboard WiFi? Please send your answer to email@example.com with your name and contact telephone number before the 31st October.