The Internet, which more than 20 years ago was regarded "as an experiment in how to move data," now is the primary channel by which most major airlines communicate with their customers and ultimately could form the backbone of operational communications, experts said last week during the ATWOnline webcast, "Industrial Strength Internet: Can Mission Critical be Agile?" Shinkuro Inc. CEO Steve Cocker noted that there is "no foreseeable end or replacement" for the Internet. Airlines have ...

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