Brazil's TAM said it will install OnAir Wi-Fi services across its entire long-haul fleet starting in the second half of 2012. The carrier explained that the decision follows “nine highly successful months in which passengers have enjoyed the chance to make phone calls, send and receive text messages and emails, and access the Internet on selected TAM short-haul flights.” The carrier already is in the midst of incorporating onboard connectivity into its domestic operations ...

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