Canadian airlines push for Wi-Fi on flights

Canadian regulators are studying whether to allow wireless devices on flights as airlines increasingly look to the service as a possible source of revenue. Among the airlines pursuing Wi-Fi is WestJet, which says it's talking with companies that include U.S.-based wireless company Gogo.

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