Airlines offer executives a break from e-mail, but not for long

12/12/2007 | Air Transport World · NYTimes.com · Travel Weekly

Some business executives say air travel gives them a much-needed break from a constant flow of e-mail. Airlines, however, are moving closer to offering in-flight Internet access. JetBlue on Tuesday began offering limited access on one of its planes, and American Airlines, Virgin America and Alaska Airlines plan to offer the service next year on some flights.

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