Southwest tests in-flight Internet access on one jet

02/11/2009 | Seattle Times, The

Southwest Airlines' test of in-flight Internet access will start with one jet and eventually include four aircraft. Passengers will be able to log on for free during the test period, which is expected to last a few months. Paul Flaningan, a spokesman for Southwest, said the carrier had not yet decided how much to charge passengers for the access after the test concludes.

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