Q After the A321s, what fleet type will be equipped?
A We're evaluating potential further fleet types but no plans right now. We'll work with Aircell and, of course, customer feedback in laying out a future roadmap.
Q Does US Air intend to roll this out on its entire domestic fleet?
A See above.
Q Does it have a timeline for doing that?
A See above.
Q Why Gogo? Did Aircell review Row 44 and other provider's offerings?
A Gogo has a proven product our customers can rely on. In addition, many customers are likely to be familiar and comfortable with the Gogo system because it is used by most major airlines. The system is the lightest available, requires minimal space on the aircraft and is installed overnight, making it a sound investment in a challenging revenue environment.
Q How about overseas flying? Gogo is for domestic, but is US Air looking into satellite-based connectivity for its overseas flights?
A Nothing to add on the overseas front right now.
A very quick Q&A with US Airways on its Gogo plan
Just got some answers from US Airways to a few quick questions about its Gogo equipage plan. Here ya go...
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