In-Flight Wi-Fi Valued Over Comfort, Bathrooms?
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In-Flight Wi-Fi Valued Over Comfort, Bathrooms?

September 9, 2013


Commercial flights are rarely fun; they’re cramped, noisy, often smelly. But according to a survey by Honeywell Aerospace, passengers would be willing to make their experience even more physically uncomfortable in exchange for in-flight Wi-Fi, trading everything from reclining seats, leg room, snacks and restrooms for consistent internet.

An infographic compiled by Honeywell highlights how much we value staying connected – even at 39,000 feet. In exchange for Wi-Fi…

— 32 percent of U.S. passengers would trade in their reclining seats

— 24 percent would give up 6 inches of leg room

— 42 percent would do without snacks

— And an optimistic 13 percent would forgo restroom services.

Take a look.



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