Southwest Airlines yesterday formally launched commercial trials of Row 44′s in-flight connectivity system, which is a big deal, as I mentioned in yesterday’s blog. However, the carrier had already been putting the system through its paces for weeks (as readers of this blog are well aware). Now a Twitter buddy of mine has directed me to the physical evidence. Check out the 26 January video posted to YouTube by Southwest. I wonder if this too will find its way into FCC filings.
VIDEO: The Southwest Row 44 tests that began last month
By Mary Kirby on February 11, 2009 in Air Transport, In-flight Entertainment/Communications, US Air Transport
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