Aviation JetBlue now has WiFi on all of its aircraft By Robert Silk / January 11, 2017 Share 1 -- JetBlue said it has completed the installation of WiFi on its 227-plane fleet. The final plane, an Embraer 190, was connected to the carrier's Fly-Fi system last week, said JetBlue. The satellite-based system, which is available from gate-to-gate, is among the fastest in the sky, according to RouteHappy, which ranks flight amenities worldwide. JetBlue offers Fly-Fi, which includes live television on each of its seatbacks, for free to all of its passengers. The service also enables passengers to stream videos, surf the web and chat via messaging apps.JetBlue said Wednesday that it is the first U.S. airline to offer gate-to-gate connectivity on every aircraft.Virgin America, which Alaska acquired last month, offers WiFi on all of its flights, though service on some planes is only available once airborne. United and Delta have completed WiFi installation on their mainline fleets, though connections aren't finished on all regional jets that fly under the carriers' brands.