Air Canada said yesterday that it will begin offering passengers inflight Internet service in spring 2009 via Aircell's Gogo mobile broadband service. AC plans to roll out the Gogo system on select flights to the US next year, initially installing the system on its A319s operating on transborder routes. VP-Marketing Charles McKee said the carrier ultimately plans "systemwide" deployment. AC becomes Aircell's first non-US customer for inflight Internet service. Passengers will be able to ...

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