If the phrase "Free wi-fi in the sky" sounds like a catchy tag-line, it may not be too long until you see it plastered on billboards nationwide.
That's because Delta Airlines is toying with the idea of providing no-cost wi-fi on flights.
According to Delta's website, the airline is taking a first step with initial, limited testing.
Starting May 13th, customers on roughly 55 domestic flights each day will have the chance to surf the web free of charge.
The pilot program is set to run for two weeks across all cabins on select routes.