24. March 2011 11:52
United Continental Holdings, the alliance of United and Continental Airlines, recently announced that it will soon install Wi-Fi internet facility on its 200 domestic Continental carriers. The company is also seeking out ways to further expand the facility over its international routes.
At present United Airlines has been providing the in-flight internet service over its 14 aircrafts, which includes the flights that operate over New York-Los Angeles-San Francisco routes.
Jeff Smisek, CEO United Continental said, “the Chicago-based parent company of United and Continental airlines is also exploring adding international Wi-Fi service and mulling deals with other broadband providers to help wire its fleet of more than 700 jets.”