Travel writers to put Oman Air’s in-flight Wi-Fi to the test!

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A bunch of travel writers plan to put Oman Air’s in-flight Wi-Fi to the test today when they take part in what could very well be the first, fully-organized in-flight tweet-up (of travel writers, at least).

Follow all the action at the hashtag #bgtw2oman (or check back to this page).

Also be sure to scroll down further for a video of Oman Air spokesman Matt Grainger discussing what the carrier’s s Wi-Fi (provided by OnAir) is capable of doing (including uploading video in-flight, he says…it starts at minute 1:41) Screengrab above from @alastairmck , who has already made quite a few interesting observations.






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2 Responses to Travel writers to put Oman Air’s in-flight Wi-Fi to the test!

  1. Cristiano January 25, 2011 at 5:22 pm #

    One more way to take money from the people. Airlines suck!… like Brazilian telephone companies!

  2. JABooth January 31, 2011 at 5:04 pm #

    Cristiano, I suppose you think in-flight meals and duty-free are also ways to wring more money out of you?
    The point is that these are great services if you want them. You don’t have to use them – or airlines, or Brazilian phone companies – if you don’t like them. Your choice.
    I think Oman Air’s wi-fi sounds great.

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