US Airways continues to study offering wi-fi across its fleet

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US Airways has no plans at the moment to outline a timeframe for potentially equipping its domestic fleet with in-flight connectivity.

For almost two years the carrier has offered Gogo's domestic air-to-ground wi-fi service on its fleet of Airbus A321s, which stood at 63 aircraft at the end of 2011.

In late 2011 the carrier stated it was studying both Gogo and Row 44 for domestic fleet-wide wi-fi equipage. The Row 44 system operates over Ku-band satellites.

Those studies are continuing, said the carrier in its regular employee update, "but we don't have an announcement to make at this time".