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Video: Installing Wi-Fi on an American Airlines 737

I hope you’re having a good weekend. If you haven’t entered my reader giveaway for a chance to win an AAdvantage logo pencil cup and a 10% discount promo code, there’s still time. The deadline is 11:59 PM Pacific Time. I don’t know the percentage of planes in American’s fleet that have Wi-Fi installed, but…

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AA News Conference Highlights: New planes, upgraded cabins, and reader giveaway

By now, you’ve probably read the news about American’s plans for new planes and upgraded aircraft, and while those announcements got most of the attention, there were some other interesting items that I thought you might find interesting. I had hoped to provide live coverage, but alas, for safety reasons, Gogo Inflight Wifi doesn’t work…

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American Airlines disables powerports on all 767-200s and some 767-300s

“Electrical Outlet” photo credit: grendelkhan on Flickr I’m traveling today. ¬†Last night I went online to AA.com to see if wifi is¬†available on my flight (it isn’t) so I decided to see what movie selection was being offered in January and came across this: Powerports on the 767-200, select 767-300s and the 757s have been…

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