Air Canada has launched WiFi Internet on select long-haul flights between Toronto or Montreal and Los Angeles. The cost to surf the Web, chat, tweet or catch up on email is $9.95. When using a handheld device, the price drops to $7.95. Air Canada’s in-flight Internet is powered by GoGo and the new service will be available for a trial period until Jan. 29, 2010. After the test period, Air Canada will analyze Internet usage and customer feedback before introducing the service on other routes. Visit http://www.aircanada.com/wi-fi for more details.