Wednesday, January 23, 2008

AMR to Test Wi-Fi Service For 767 Planes - WSJ.com

Sign of the times

The newest Wi-Fi hot spot is in the cabins of American Airlines' planes.

American, owned by AMR Corp., is testing high-speed Internet service provided by Aircell LLC, said Doug Backelin, the airline's manager of in-flight communications and technology.

By this summer, the world's biggest airline, measured by passenger traffic, expects to provide Internet service on its Boeing 767-200 aircraft, used for longer flights, and gradually to add service across all of its fleet.

AMR to Test Wi-Fi Service For 767 Planes - WSJ.com

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