American-Airlines

New airline rules are leaving smart luggage makers in a tough spot

America’s top airlines are taking a stand against smart luggage. In a rare bit of solidarity, a number of the country’s top carriers have announced rules that would limit the use of high-tech bag

American Airlines teams up with Casper to offer new in-flight sleep products

American Airlines and Casper are announcing a new partnership that could help passengers (like me) who have trouble sleeping on flights. They’re not going as far as putting Casper mattresses on

American Airlines strikes a deal with ViaSat to bring satellite WiFi to 100 planes

American Airlines has gone non-Gogo, striking a deal with Southern Californian communications company ViaSat to bring satellite-powered WiFi to 100 Boeing 737 MAX aircrafts by September of next year.

American Airlines Sues Gogo Over Slow Inflight Wi-Fi

Remember the first time you connected to WiFi on a commercial flight? It was awesome! But now, almost 10 years later, data-obsessed passengers are getting sick of the slow Gogo -enabled WiFi found on

How The Rules Of Cyber Engagement Have Changed

A series of recent breaches at United Airlines, Anthem and, most recently, Sabre Corp. and American Airlines are reportedly tied to state-sponsored cyber attackers. These attacks further highlight an

Apple Reinvents Its Wheel With iOS 7, Takes Developers Along For The Ride

Today brings the release of the most dramatic iOS update that Apple has ever made. More people will experience this change in a shorter period of time than at any point in computing history. “Me

American Airlines And Gogo Roll Out In-Flight Personal Device Video Streaming To 767 Fleet

As we heard <a href="http://www.zdnet.com/blog/gadgetreviews/american-airlines-to-offer-in-flight-streaming-to-personal-devices/24197">earlier this Spring</a>, American Airlines became one of the firs

@AmericanAir, You Suck

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/aa-no-seat.jpg"> As I sit here writing this post, I am on board an American Airlines flight from Chicago to New York City. I consider it a m

American Airlines Greening Fleet, Adding GoGo

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/picture-171.png?w=300" alt="" title="American Airlines Boeing 737-800 July 2010" width="300" height="241" class="alignright size-medium wp-ima

American Airlines to expand fleet with Aircell's Gogo service

Aircell and American Airlines have just announced that the domestic carrier will continue to deploy Gogo throughout 300 planes in the next two years. Starting this year, AA will outfit 150 MD-80 aircr

Aircell now offering mobile phone pricing for Gogo service

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/photos/aircell_gogo_logo.png" alt="" />Aircell has reduced the price of their in-flight Wi-Fi service Gogo to $7.95 for users who just want to connect th

American Airlines introduces mobile boarding passes

Though nearly the entire pre-flight process has been tweaked to make use of modern technologies, one outdated aspect still lingers: the tickets. Every single time I fly, I find myself checking the loc

American Airlines introduces mobile boarding passes

Though nearly the entire pre-flight process has been tweaked to make use of modern technologies, one outdated aspect still lingers: the tickets. Every single time I fly, I find myself checking the loc

American Airlines: no airporn for you!

Sorry, people. The dream is over. American Airlines has decided that it, along with Delta (and the flight attendants), does not want porn on its flights — despite receiving no complaints whatsoe

VoIP calls on Aircell's Gogo? Big deal, seriously.

So you’ve found a way to make VoIP calls on American Airlines flights with Gogo by using some Flash-based service? Good for you, really, but anyone saying that they’ve hacked the system needs to r

Flight attendants on in-flight porn usage

Now that in-flight internet is becoming a normal option, a certain taboo activity is popping up more and more during those long, lonely flights. A few airlines have taken the issue upon themselves t

Aircell Gogo: System requirements and supported devices

I guess my mystery device isn’t supported, but I’ll try it out anyway.

Blogging live from 37,000 feet via Aircell's Gogo inflight Wi-Fi on American Airlines

I find myself on AA flight #3 headed to LAX from NY’s JFK. Today marks the first day of Aircell’s Gogo inflight service going live for the masses. It will be available on flights from NYC to LA, M

CrunchGear's Blogging Live From 37,000 Feet!

Hey folks. I’m on American Airlines Flight #3 from JFK to LAX and working from 37,000 feet via Aircell’s Gogo inflight Wi-Fi service. Jump on over to CrunchGear for all the hot, live blogg

Aircell's Gogo going live today on American Airlines

We’ve covered this topic on multiple occasions and, well, today the service is going live for the masses on AA. The Boeing 767-200 aircrafts in AA’s fleet flying from NYC to LA, Miami and
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