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Ubiquitous broadband when flying across oceans? It is coming

06/20/2012| 11:30:11 AM| 中文

US-based Gogo has taken steps that it hopes will lead to present and future airline partners providing broadband service when flying over the US, Europe and across the Atlantic.

You can look forward to the day — most likely during this decade — when transoceanic Internet access will be routine on board most commercial airlines.

Lufthansa’s FlyNet service already is providing such broadband access on many North Atlantic, Middle East and South America flights. With WLAN-enabled devices, Lufthansa passengers on board outfitted Airbus A330s can connect to the Internet, send emails and attachments, and tie into their company intranets via a virtual private network.

And, now US-based Gogo has taken steps that it hopes will lead to present and future airline partners providing broadband service when flying over the US, Europe and across the Atlantic.

Read full story at: http://www.tnooz.com/2012/06/18/news/ubiquitous-broadband-when-flying-across-oceans-it-is-coming/

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