Inflight Wi-Fi benefits both airlines and passengers

02/18/2010 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

More than 700 commercial airliners now boast in-flight Wi-Fi service as the industry responds to travelers' demands and looks at W-Fi as the next big revenue generator. Passengers seem to love the service that allows them to stay connected while in the air, and they are accepting of the fees involved. "People recognize the technological complexity of offering decent Wi-Fi service at 30,000 feet," explains airline consultant Jay Sorenson.

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