American Airlines to begin testing inflight broadband on Wednesday
10:39 AM CDT on Tuesday, June 24, 2008
By SUZANNE MARTA / The Dallas Morning News
Some American Airlines Inc. transcontinental passengers will get a chance to browse the Internet in-flight on Wednesday.
The Fort Worth-based carrier and technology provider Aircell LLC said Tuesday that they are planning a dress rehearsal of the service on a round trip flight between New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles.
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June 24, 2008
WiFi on American Airlines to ALA?
If you're going to ALA in Anaheim and flying American Airlines, you might be able to blog, IM, and surf the web on your way there and back! Or maybe not... it's just a testing phase and of course, like everything else having to do with air travel will have a separate fee... Darn, just when you were looking forward to answering reference questions on the go!