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Internet café above southern Greenland

Starting January 15, the Frankfurt-Washington flight of the German Airline Lufthansa is taking off with WLAN on board.

The Boeing 747-400 has been equipped with a system developed and operated by Connexion by Boeing. The plane is equipped with a receiving and transmitting antenna which constantly adjusts its position to point towards satellites providing Internet access for all passengers carrying a Wi-Fi enabled Laptop or PDA with a maximum connection speed of 5Mbits. The service will be tested for 3 months on the Frankfurt-Washington line (pricing information available on plane) and will be extended to cover more Lufthansa flights with the official launch in early 2004, with a pricing model which has not yet been communicated.
British Airways, Japan Airlines (JAL) and Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) have also announced to offer the Connexion service on their flights.

Lufthansa Magazine 01/2003
Connexion by Boeing


Posted on Wednesday, 15 January 2003 by admin