You don't have to pay for Wi-Fi access on Virgin America flights to find out why Ashton Kutcher views tweeting wife Demi Moore as a romantic move.
And, if you are flying on Virgin America from Orlando to San Diego, for example, and you are dying to know why George Clooney is in Darfur, you can fire up your PC and find out those details for free, as well.
The latest Jessica Simpson, Eric Johnson, Gisele Bundchen, Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Hudson updates?
It's all part of a free Wi-Fi trial promotion on all Virgin America flights where Aircell and People.com are providing free access to the celebrity website's content through Aircell's Gogo Inflight Internet service.
Travelers have to pay a fee, ranging from $5.95 for a short flight to $39.95 for a 30-day pass, to access Gogo Inflight Internet on their laptops on Virgin America flights.
But, with the People trial, all passengers, whether they have opted in to Gogo Inflight Internet or not, get complimentary access to People.com content.
The trial began Oct. 8 and Aircell hopes to expand the experiment to other airlines in 2011.
Virgin America considers the free People.com content a nice little perk for passengers and a way to get them to try out Aircell's fee-based service.