US Airways (s lcc) has become the latest carrier to launch Aircell’s Gogo Inflight Internet service. The service is currently available on just five US Airways’ planes but will be fully deployed on all 51 A321s in its fleet by June 1.
In addition to US Airways, Gogo is currently available on all AirTran Airways (s aai) and Virgin America flights. It is also available on Air Canada, American Airlines (s amr), Delta Airlines (s dal) and United Airlines (s uaua) flights.
I’m also pretty sure that as the iPad (s aapl) launches and gains in popularity, we are only going to see further depreciation of the connection quality. Aircell recently raised $176 million in funding from an undisclosed group of investors.