Singapore Airlines has introduced a satellite-based e-mail system for passengers, and plans to have its fleet of nearly 60 long-range aircraft converted with the system by mid-2002. The decision is considered another step in the development of what is projected to be a multibillion dollar industry of providing communications services and Internet access to a growing number of passengers who carry laptop computers. The Singapore Airlines (SIA) system, supplied by Seattle-based ...

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