United's goal: First U.S. airline with Wi-Fi on international flights

11/14/2011 | CNN

United Airlines is installing Internet that is satellite-based on its aircraft and seeks to become the first U.S. carrier to offer Wi-Fi on its international flights, this article says. "As long as the aircraft is in range of the satellite, then Internet can flow freely," Brett Snyder writes.

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