As unlikely as sitting in a row with an empty seat, Wi-Fi is fast and reliable on a plane. The era of lost connectivity may be over, and it's possible that it's going to be over.
A series of new in-flight connection deals in recent weeks, including the first aircraft contracts signed by SpaceX's Starlink satellite unit, aim to make high-speed Wi-Fi less glitch-free over the next three years on most domestic flights operated by major U.S. carriers. The latest in-flight deal came Wednesday when Southwest Airlines announced it would add a second Wi-Fi provider, Viasat Inc., for faster speeds on more than 400 new Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
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