Delta has retrofitted more than 70% of its pre-merger domestic mainline fleet with Aircell’s Gogo inflight connectivity system, and has started plans to upgrade aircraft from the Northwest fleet obtained in last year’s acquisition. The carrier in a blog post said 227 aircraft have been retrofitted, and 10 aircraft types have been “scoped out” for upgrades. These include the carrier’s Boeing 737-700 fleet, which will have a prototype readied in the first half of September, and it’s Boeing ...

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