Airlines race for Wi-Fi in the sky

08/20/2009 | Computerworld

Wi-Fi access is becoming more common on U.S. planes, but it will be years before it is ubiquitous. Only AirTran Airways has its entire fleet -- 136 aircraft -- equipped with wireless Internet. Like many of its competitors, AirTran uses Gogo, a service that uses a ground-to-air connection. Southwest and Alaska Airlines are opting for a connection via satellite with Row 44 Inc.

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