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With the expansion of in-flight Internet across its Airbus A320-family and Embraer 190 fleets, US Airways will have 90 per cent of its mainline domestic fleet equipped with Wi-Fi Internet access. The service will also be expanded to US Airways Express Embraer 170 and 175 jets operated by Republic Airlines. Read more
According to a recent study conducted by U.S. in-flight connectivity company Gogo, one in five users of the service say they have switched from their preferred airline to be on a flight equipped with in-flight internet. Read more
Gogo says its platform will offer passengers access to online services such as real-time travel information, destination content, news and information, exclusive shopping deals and social-network integration. Read more
Alaska Airlines says it is now offering Aircell's Gogo Inflight Internet service on more than half its aircraft, including all 55 of its Boeing 737-800s and 10 of its 737-900s. Read more
Alaska Airlines is to offer Aircell's Gogo Inflight Internet service on all of its aircraft. With Gogo, passengers will be able to browse the Web; access online music, games, podcasts and webcasts; send and receive e-mail; and connect to virtual private networks while flying, according to the airline. Read more
Air Canada has begun trials to offer its customers Gogo Inflight Internet service on board select flights on the carrier's Toronto-Los Angeles and Montreal-Los Angeles routes. Read more
August 20 marks the one-year anniversary of the commercial launch of Aircell's Gogo Inflight Internet service on American Airlines. Since the launch, Aircell has added seven additional airlines. Read more
Nearly 250 of the regional jets operated on the American Eagle network ‒ into which the US Airways Express regional network will be absorbed as the US Airways name gradually disappears ‒ will have in-flight wireless Internet service installed by 2016. Read more
United Airlines is planning to offer Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi-based personal-device entertainment on more than 200 two-cabin United Express regional jets and expects its first Wi-Fi-enabled regional jet flights to operate later this year. Read more
American Airlines will introduce its first three new Airbus A321s – each configured with just 102 seats – into service on January 7 on the New York JFK-Los Angeles route and will build up its A321 transcontinental schedule until the type is operating 18 round-trips a day on two routes by mid-June. Read more
American's first Airbus A321 is scheduled to enter service early next year on trunk transcontinental routes. The airline is dedicating its initial group of A321 deliveries to transcontinental service, mainly to replace aging Boeing 767-200ERs which the carrier now operates on the routes. Read more
United Airlines has introduced on to its transcontinental 'p.s.' premium service the service's first aircraft featuring a revamped and enlarged premium cabin, which is fitted with flat-bed-seats. Read more
The new service will be operated by Delta Connection carrier SkyWest Airlines using 76-seat, two-class Bombardier CRJ900 regional jets. Read more
The last of the 16 Boeing 747-400 widebodies, each with 48 BusinessElite seats, has been retrofitted with full flat-bed seats. It entered scheduled service this week on a flight between Singapore and Tokyo's Narita airport, before making its way to Atlanta. Read more
Delta Air Lines is adding new, on-demand entertainment options to its fleet of more than 950 two-class Delta and Delta Connection aircraft. The Delta Connect Wi-Fi portal will allow customers to stream television and movie options directly to their laptops or tablets while in flight. Read more
The airline has re-booked customers who purchased tickets to fly to or from Houston Hobby Airport on July 11 and beyond on flights to or from Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport. Read more
The expanded Wi-Fi service will use satellites to provide coverage internationally and will complement the existing air-to-ground service already provided by Gogo for Delta aircraft flying within the domestic U.S. Read more
Alaska Airlines is launching five-times-weekly, non-stop service between San Diego and Orlando on October 11, 2012. Read more
Alaska Airlines and sister carrier Horizon Air will fly 75 commercial passenger flights in the United States partly powered by biofuel, starting on November 9. The flights will link Seattle-Tacoma International Airport with Washington D.C. and Portland, Oregon. Read more