U.S. airlines must move quickly on in-flight Internet

02/8/2008 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Some experts say U.S. carriers must offer in-flight Internet service soon to stay competitive with international airlines. "If I'm flying from Paris to New York and Air France lets me use my BlackBerry in-flight while United Airlines doesn't, which one do you think I'm going to choose?" asked Paul Domorski, CEO of EMI Technologies.

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