SpaceX has been moving toward the testing of its Starlink internet service on airlines. A potential key source for in-flight internet. It has secured a partnership with Hawaiian Airlines to do just this.
Hawaiian Airlines will be offering internet to its passengers via Starlink, including many of its aircraft outside of some of its planes that travel short lengths between the Hawaiian islands. The airline travels to many locations around the US as well as other countries like Japan, Australia, and more.
This could provide a great opportunity for both companies as Starlink provides fast (and hopefully reliable) internet to passengers, while exposing people to what the company can provide. Starlink can be used by businesses and consumers alike, allowing access to the internet even in regions where the internet isn’t normally available (including while mobile). Eventually, most places around the world as the network expands.
You still have some time before you will be able to make use of it. The new service won’t start to become available until sometime next year when the airline begins working with SpaceX to roll the service out to its aircraft. When it becomes available, it will be offered as a free service to passengers.
SpaceX is working with other companies to find similar partnerships in the near future.