Aircell announced that its Gogo inflight Internet service is available to passengers with Wi-Fi enabled devices on select Virgin America flights. Service launched as a beta test on a single aircraft Nov. 22 (ATWOnline, Nov. 26) and was offered free over the Thanksgiving holiday. With the official commercial launch, pricing will be set at $12.95 for flights over 3 hr. and $9.95 for flights of 3 hr. or less. Aircell said "multiple" Virgin America aircraft will offer the service by year end ...

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