by Dave Clarke
July 23, 2009
announcement like this to be making the headlines as this technically should have been done years ago but nonetheless, US Airways just announced that their Airbus A321 aircraft will soon become flying Wi-Fi hotspots. That's right, wireless internet access is coming to the sky on another major US carrier. According to the press release, US Airways has partnered with AirCell to deliver Wi-Fi access through Gogo Inflight Internet to passengers on select flights in early 2010. As far as pricing goes, nothing is set in stone as of yet, although Gogo's current prices range from $5.95 to $12.95, depending on the length of the flight. Gogo even has a page on their website with instructions on how to use their service once aboard the aircraft. Let's all hope all airlines follow suit sooner rather than later so that we can all go anywhere and have access to the speed of Wi-Fi.