Europe's Ryanair to Push Passengers One Step Closer to the Edge with…

If you're flying one of Europe's many discount carriers and you're not violently hungover, you're probably doing something wrong—the cabins of those single-class A319s are bubbling tempests of unshowered, throbbing rage that always seem a fraction of a degree away from boiling over. Now on your sunrise flight from… » 9/25/08 9:30am 9/25/08 9:30am

Gogo To Bring In-Flight Wi-Fi By Spring; We Can't Wait

We already knew that Virgin America and American Airlines were planning to bring in-flight wi-fi in 2008, but we seriously didn't expect it be ready by spring. Aircell has just launched its US in-flight wi-fi service called "gogo" and they claim it will be available in the first half of 2008. Virgin America and… » 3/13/08 4:05pm 3/13/08 4:05pm

American Airlines to Test In-Flight Wi-Fi in 2008

Some time in 2008, you may be lucky enough to get on a 767-200 transcontinental American Airlines flight that's testing the AirCell in-flight broadband service. The wireless net access will be available to all classes—yes, even us poor people—for a price. There will be three antennas outside the plane to transmit your… » 8/01/07 3:30pm 8/01/07 3:30pm

InFlight Power Adapter Keeps you Rockin' All The Way to Beijing

Finally, there is a gadget designed for airplanes that actually has some use to it and can be functional. The InFlight Power USB can charge any USB-chargeable device using the standard 1/8-inch headphone jack found in most airplanes around the world. It works by trickle charging the adapter and then dumping all of… » 6/16/06 10:26am 6/16/06 10:26am