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Holidaying? Business? There are many reasons to catch a flight, but in the Los Angeles area, a glitch on 30th April caused delays to hundreds of flights and raised questions about the computer system.
AirCell has announced that it is partnering with Virgin America to offer Wi-Fi broadband Internet services on the airline's continental U.S. flights, enabling passengers to surf the Internet and check e-mail during flights in 2008....
Hundreds of domestic flights in Japan were cancelled or delayed on Sunday as a result of a glitch that hit data flowing between All Nippon Airways Company Limited's main reservations host computer and intermediate computers...
Hundreds of British Airways customers have had their flights cancelled or delayed after a world-wide computer failure. Screens went blank at BA check-in desks across the globe as the company's computerised passenger and baggage handling...
AIRLINE LUFTHANSA and plane maker Boeing are to introduce broadband Internet connectivity on flights tomorrow. The German airline said that the service – called Lufthansa Flynet – will be offered on an inaugural flight tomorrow...