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    Test drive for AA miles, ANA to expand in-flight Wi-Fi, Delta OK for 2014 at Dallas Love Field

Test drive for AA miles, ANA to expand in-flight Wi-Fi, Delta OK for 2014 at Dallas Love Field

Get AAdvantage miles for a test drive, ANA to expand in-flight Wi-Fi, Delta to stay at Dallas Love Field through 2014
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    New seat-recline fight, hotel Wi-Fi speed display, Mantis rollercoaster to stop operating

New seat-recline fight, hotel Wi-Fi speed display, Mantis rollercoaster to stop operating

Passenger demands plane divert over seat-recline fight, hotel Wi-Fi speed dislpays, Mantis rollercoaster to stop operating in October
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    Bacteria on planes, rating WiFi around the world, airlines canceling Venezuela flights

Bacteria on planes, rating WiFi around the world, airlines canceling Venezuela flights

New study shows bacteria can survive on planes for over a week

Researchers at Auburn University did a study on

What we’re reading: Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared

Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared

What we’re reading: 10 courses every golfer should play, in-flight Wi-Fi spying capabilities, US upgrades Philippines aviation status, TSA Passover matzoh tips

10 courses every golfer should play, GoGo inflight wifi adds more spying capabilities, US upgrades Philippines status

What we’re reading: Washington Monument to reopen in May, opera at Sydney Harbour, Delta launches international Wi-Fi

Washington Monument to reopen in May, opera at Sydney Harbour, Delta launches international Wi-Fi

What we’re reading: Boeing, Asiana release statement on crash, slow adoption of in-flight Wi-Fi, Christopher Elliott to write for USA Today

Asiana Airline statement on flight 214 crash
Boeing issues statement on Asiana flight 214 777 crash at San Francisco Airport

Boeing and Asiana Airlines have released statements separately on the crash of Asiana flight 214 on Saturday.
Asiana Airlines will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation of all associated government agencies and to facilitate this cooperation has established an emergency response center at its headquarters.
Boeing extends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of those who perished in the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 accident in San Francisco, as well as its wishes for the recovery of those injured.

What we’re reading: Virgin America opens Newark, speedy in-flight Internet, Congress wants towers open

Virgin America lands in New Jersey, the fastest in-flight Internet, Lawmakers want towers to stay open

What we’re reading: IHG hotels offers free WiFi, 787 tests batteries in flight, Kindles at take-off and landing

IHG hotels to offer free Wi-Fi, Boeing 787 takes to the sky to test batteries, using electronic devices during take-off and landing

What we’re reading: New inflight Wi-Fi rules, flying is safest since start of jet age, Kingfisher loses flying license

US clears way for wider in-flight Internet

The FCC has made it easier for more companies to offer broadband Internet access in flight.
Since 2001, the commission has cleared companies on an ad hoc basis to market in-flight broadband services via satellite.

Under a newly adopted framework, the licensing procedures will be simpler, the commission said.