According to a recent global traveler research study conducted by Gogo, international air travelers are more eager than American travelers to find WiFi on board and more willing to pay for it. Though U.S. travelers expressed a preference for in-flight WiFi, numbers were not as high as those of international passengers. The research study showed that the Latin American region had the most connected travelers, with 92% of passengers holding a WiFi enabled device. Europe and the Middle East came next, with 86% of passengers carrying smart devices and interested in WiFi connectivity.
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