Heeding Boeing's mistakes, airlines seek alternative Internet access

12/23/2007 | NYTimes.com

Several airlines are relying on air-to-ground connections to provide in-flight Internet access to travelers. Boeing last year ended its Connexion business, which provided Internet access using satellites. The satellite-based system proved to be too expensive for many U.S. carriers.

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