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Inflight Wi-Fi and the economics of demand

Internet access is becoming more and more popular with airlines but much of the time it is not nearly the convenience it purports to be. Depending on which airline you are flying, or even which flight you are on, your…

AT&T to offer in-flight Internet service starting late next year

AT&T is throwing its name into the hat of companies aiming to offer in-flight Internet service. The telecommunications company on Monday revealed plans to launch a high-speed connectivity service late next year that will be powered by a new air-to-ground…

Virgin America launches social network at 35,000 feet

Virgin America recently launched a social network designed to connect airline passengers with others during their flight. The company partnered with location-aware social app Here On Biz to build the app which will use Gogo’s in-flight Wi-Fi as well as…

Gogo partners with Virgin America to offer 60Mbps in-flight Wi-Fi

In-flight wireless provider Gogo recently announced a partnership with Virgin America to deliver speedy Internet service at 35,000 feet. The company claims it will be able to offer airline passengers speeds of more than 60Mbps which is faster than most…

Gogo launches ATG-4 network for speedier in-flight broadband

Gogo has announced they are now rolling out their next generation connectivity technology called ATG-4 on three airlines in the US. Delta Air Lines, US Airways and Virgin America will be the first of what are likely many airlines to…