To date a glut of airline carriers have outlined plans to roll out onboard wireless LAN Internet access for business-class propellerheads (see WLAN Takes to the Skies, Korean Air Connexs Up, Boeing Connects ANA, and Roger, Tango, WLAN).
Based on the poll responses so far, 33 percent of readers claim it will take at least six years for such services to become widely available on airlines. A further 21 percent argue it will never become a commercial service.
The results also show:
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— Justin Springham, Senior Editor, Europe, Unstrung