Finally, broadband internet in Airplanes

By Julio Franco
Dec 17, 2002
  1. I'm one of those who would be willing to pay a fee for a good (or even decent) net connection in airplanes. Not that I'm hyper-active or something but I usually can't stand boredom of usual flights, some quality time with my PC would help for sure...

    Connexion's service is expected to debut Jan. 15 on Lufthansa flights from Frankfurt, Germany, to Washington-Dulles. Scandanavian Airlines System (SAS), British Airways and Japan Airlines will try it next.

    Lufthansa will offer the service for free for three months; British Airways plans to charge about $30 per flight.
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