Airlines To Air Super Bowl During Flights

JetBlue Airing Super Bowl Live for FreeIf you’re travelling during the hours of the Super Bowl on Sunday and don’t want to miss the Pittsburgh Steelers vs the Green Bay Packers action, you might be in luck. Some airlines will be airing the Super Bowl on their TVs, others, you’ll have to rely on Wi-Fi.

JetBlue is showing the game for free. Frontier and Continental will be showing the game for a $6 charge. If you’re not flying with the aforementioned airlines, the following have a Wi-Fi option: American, Delta, Southwest, United, US Airways and Virgin. Wi-Fi services cost $4.95 to $12.95 depending on the duration of your flight.

Delta, US Airways, United and Virgin will tell you if Wi-Fi will be available for your flight before you book your airline tickets.


Source: Bloomberg

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