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Aircell, the in-flight broadband service provider, conducted its first live coast-to-coast test last week and has received two critical FAA approvals — which means inflight broadband in the U.S. is now quite likely in 2008. The two FAA approvals include a Supplemental Type Certificate, which permits […]

Aircell, the in-flight broadband service provider, conducted its first live coast-to-coast test last week and has received two critical FAA approvals — which means inflight broadband in the U.S. is now quite likely in 2008. The two FAA approvals include a Supplemental Type Certificate, which permits the installation and operation of the company’s ATG network on commercially operated Boeing 767-200 aircraft. Here is my post on Aircell and its gogo Service.

  1. [...] a service that is bringing broadband access to air travelers across the country. Gogo is offered by AirCell, an Itasca, Ill-based company. Anecdotally, many people I know enjoy this convenience and have [...]

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