US Airways announced Wednesday it has signed a new agreement with Wi-Fi supplier gogo to expand its onboard Wi-Fi service to more of its Airbus narrowbodies and to extend the service to its Embraer E-190/-175/-170 regional jets. The airline will add Wi-Fi to 73 Embraer jets by mid-2012 and to 209 A320s by mid-2013, senior VP-marketing and planning Andrew Nocella said during a media briefing in Phoenix, Ariz. US first introduced Wi-Fi on its Airbus A321s in 2010.

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