In the week following the release of the iPad, Gogo director-airline operations Tim Lemaster said the Wi-Fi provider identified over 10,000 separate usages of iPads being used onboard aircraft. The tablets continue to outpace cell phones and laptops 10 to one on airplanes, he said. “The traditional IFEs are going to be squeezed down to a more long-haul market,” Lemaster told attendees at the Aviation Week MRO Conference in Dallas last week. He pointed out that Wi-Fi-enabled ...

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