American Airlines to test in-flight Wi-fi

01 April 2009

After several months of testing, American Airlines announced it will install flying Wi-Fi hot spots on about 300 planes used in the continental US and charge up to $12.95 for internet connectivity. The American carrier plans to expand Internet access to about half its fleet of aircraft over the next two years as it attempts to raise revenue and improve customer service.

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