Little by little, the Allegiant passenger experience is changing. Newer planes and extra legroom on board came along over the past few years. And with the impending 737 MAX fleet arrival, in-seat power is also on the horizon. Could inflight WiFi be next?
Speaking on the sidelines of the Future Travel Experience Global conference in Las Vegas last week, Chief Marketing Officer Scott DeAngelo offered up a somewhat surprising answer to that query:
“We’re looking at provisioning it potentially on the Boeing [737 MAX planes].”
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