American Airlines is expanding an inflight broadband retrofit program to more narrowbody types in its domestic fleet and is set to trial a streaming video product from connectivity provider Aircell. The Wi-Fi expansion will begin this summer and continue through to next year. This will install Aircell’s Gogo air-to-ground system on 93 Boeing 757s used on American’s domestic routes, as well as up to 50 MD-80s, and does not interrupt the retrofit program already under way for the airline’s ...

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