Monarch Airlines is aiming to be the first British carrier to offer wireless internet at 35,000 feet

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/article-2001822/Monarch-to-offer-wireless-internet-35-000-feet.html

    Monarch Airlines is aiming to be the first British carrier to offer wireless internet at 35,000 feet as part of a bid to park its planes squarely on Ryanair’s lawn.
    Chief executive Conrad Clifford is in talks with several wi-fi specialists with a view to rolling out in-flight internet browsing by next summer.
    Passengers will be able to pay for a full connection, but there will also be free services funded by tie-ups with corporate partners, which are expected to include booking a hire car or hotel from your seat before landing.

    Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/article-2001822/Monarch-to-offer-wireless-internet-35-000-feet.html#ixzz1OsdjYyqL
     

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