Aircell has replied to my request for comment about last week's trial of its Gogo connectivity service onboard a couple of American Airlines 767-200 flights.
"In terms of the public test last week, we were very pleased with the response from passengers and the usability insights we gained from the first 'real world' test of Gogo. I hope to have more to say about it in the coming weeks," says a company spokesman.
Aircell also addressed the departure of long-time VP of sales and marketing Bill Peltola. "We won't be releasing a statement since we don't comment on the specifics of any personnel or organization changes. Aircell is, of course, grateful for Bill's many years of service and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors."
I'm thankful for Aircell's response. But, okay, we're not much more clued in than before, are we?
On a separate note, for the Boingo lovers among us, the firm is conducting an Independence Day promotion whereby users can enjoy free WiFi, including at the more than 500 airports where service is available.
Go to www.boingo.com/freedom and get online this weekend to blog, chat, upload pics, and more.