Thursday, August 21, 2008

Business & Technology | American Airlines in-flight Internet goes live | Seattle Times Newspaper

Sign of the times...

American Airlines' new in-flight broadband service went live Wednesday.

For $12.95 per flight, passengers on American Airlines flights using its Boeing 767-200 will be able to surf the Internet, check e-mail, instant-message and access corporate VPN accounts using the system by Aircell.

The ground-based system — called GoGo — won't enable any voice-based functions.

Source: Business & Technology | American Airlines in-flight Internet goes live | Seattle Times Newspaper

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