US Airways In-Flight WiFi Expanding To 90 Percent Of Its Domestic Fleet

Posted on Mar 23 2012 - 6:09am by Editorial Staff

Have you ever wondered how it would be feel like to tweet, send mails or chat from 30,000 feet, seems confusing to you that how it would be possible. Well, here is what the news rounding up a deal with an in-flight WiFi provider Gogo will see US Airways expand the service to 90 percent of its domestic fleet. The rollout is expected to begin this summer and will be added to the airline’s Airbus A319, A320, and Embraer 190 planes, as well as Embraer 170 and 175 crafts operating under US Airways Express.

All the Airbus planes will be equipped with Gogo’s latest air-to-ground technology, known as ATG-4, which will drastically increase the data rate for the service. Along with this, you will also be able to make use of Gogo’s Vision streaming service to watch TV as well as movies while on board and even play games but to be noted that you have to pay the cost for this which ranges from $0.99 to $5.99. So, whenever you take the flight during and after summers (once the system rolled out), not to forgot to surf the web while flying.

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