A American Airlines começou hoje a disponibilização deconexão de internet em seus vôos (US$12.95). São três rotas no momento, mas podemos esperar a ampliação da oferta. Outras rotas virão, outras companhias... Quem sabe a Azul não se anima.
Vejam abaixo. A matéria é do GIZMODO:
If you're flying on an AA 767-200 from NYC to San Francisco, Miami or Los Angeles, you can kick the tires of American's new Gogo/Aircell in-flight wi-fi service for $12.95 (the rate for flights over 3 hours). It's the same provider Delta will be using as they roll out the service fleetwide starting soon. Let us know how it is from the air, Giz jet-setters.
FORT WORTH, Texas and ITASCA, Ill. - Marking the beginning of the next wireless revolution, American Airlines made history today with the launch of the mobile broadband service, Gogo(tm) provided by Aircell®.
Effective today, customers traveling on American’s Boeing 767-200 aircraft can access complete coast-to-coast coverage on nonstop flights between New York and San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, and New York and Miami. American, the world’s largest airline and founding member of the oneworld® Alliance, and Aircell, the world’s leading provider of airborne communications, have joined together to bring the first full inflight broadband service to the U.S. market.
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