AirTran first US airline to add Wi-Fi to all flights

AirTran (AAI) is about to prove the sky is no limit when it comes to wireless connections.

The company said today it will allow its customers to surf the Web while in the sky on all of its flights later this year. The cost will range from $7.95 to $12.95, depending on the size of your device and the length of your flight, AirTran spokeswoman Cynthia Tinsley-Douglas told DailyFinance.

"Wi-Fi on every flight gives us a distinct competitive advantage over other airlines," AirTran CEO Bob Fornaro said.