United Airlines has added in-flight Wi-Fi to its fleet of Boeing 757-200s that serve transcontinental routes. United equipped 15 aircraft with Wi-Fi service from Gogo, as well as upgrading seats in business class to flat-bed seats. "Our investment in these aircraft and in the p.s. service will add greatly to our flyer-friendly customer experience on these coast-to-coast flights," said Jeff Foland, United's executive vice president of marketing, technology and strategy.

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