Japan Airlines will expand its inflight Internet service to flights between Tokyo and New York from May 10. The Pacific rollout will be the first for the region and is provided by Connexion by Boeing. The JAL Inflight Internet Service enables passengers to use their own wireless LAN-compatible PCs to gain real-time Internet access during flight. Using VPN technology, the service also lets passengers access their company's network, e-mail and Intranet sites securely. Initially the service ...

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