Inflight WiFi is increasingly available globally, according to the latest report from Routehappy, a flight platform for shopping that provides content on food, seats, entertainment and more. According to the report: 82 airlines now offer in-flight WiFi, up from 70 a year ago; nearly half of all available seat miles (ASM’s) worldwide now offer at least a chance of WiFi, up 10 percent; US carriers offer at least a chance of WiFi on 86 percent of their ASM’s; the three airlines that offer the most ASM’s with WiFi are Delta, American and Emirates; and three carriers now offer WiFi on all flights – Icelandair, Southwest and Virgin Atlantic. The report said that many smaller airlines are now offering WiFi, including Air Astana from Kazakhstan, Air Côte d'Ivoire from Ivory Coast, and Air Mauritius from Mauritius. In addition, 2017 saw a major expansion of the fastest available WiFi systems.