Inflight wifi has really changed my ability to travel. As someone that can work from a laptop with an internet connection anywhere in the world, it greatly reduces the “opportunity cost” of time I spend on the road.
Anyway, while logging into Gogo wifi on my Alaska Airlines flight last night I saw the following message:
Prices are rising for customers who buy after April 6, so get your Traveler Pass now!
And it seems that Gogo’s website has a similar message. The current monthly access rates are $39.95 for a pass on a single airline, while my all airline access pass is costing me $44.95 a month. I reached out to Gogo to ask what the new prices will be, and they told me that Traveler Pass prices are going up by $10 per month, though if you lock in your membership now you’ll be grandfathered in at the old rates.
As a reminder, single airline passes are available for the following airlines:
- American/US Airways