Sunday, August 08, 2004

The New York Times > Travel > Practical Traveler: Logging On at 30,000 Feet

The New York Times > Travel > Practical Traveler: Logging On at 30,000 Feet "The price of a stress-free flight - Lufthansa's Connexion by Boeing service costs $30 for a long-haul flight (six hours or more), or $10 for 30 minutes - is perhaps more than some are willing to pay. But Connexion is at the leading edge of a trend that analysts and executives said will gain momentum this year, and is likely to lead to lower prices, a greater selection of vendors and much more mouse clicking on flights.
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The service is only available to those with wireless Internet connections for their laptop or handheld computers."

So much for the folklore about wireless laptops causing problems for aircraft systems, apparently.
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