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Wi-Fi service comes to Air Canada flights

Briefs | 09/09/2008 7:59 pm EDT

Passengers on Air Canada flights will be able to access the Internet on board when the national carrier starts offering Wi-Fi service next spring. In a deal inked this week with Aircell, a provider of airborne communications, Air Canada will get the service through Aircell’s Gogo platform. It will enable passengers to access the Internet on wireless devices like laptops, smartphones, and PDAs.

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