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Gogo WiFi lands in more US Airways Airbuses and Embraers, intros Gogo Vision

Gogo WiFi lands in more US Airways Airbuses and Embraers, intros Gogo Vision

Gogo isn’t just tossing its mid-air wireless goodies toward Virgin and American, with US Airways being the latest to join the extra perks party. Per today’s announcement, the airline is stuffing Gogo WiFi in a few more planes, including the Airbus A319 and A320. Other shorter (and much smaller) aircraft, the Embraer 170, 175 and 190, are also getting the in-flight WiFi treatment. Meanwhile, a quick peek at the PR below reveals Gogo is quietly launching its Vision service, allowing passengers to watch movies, shows and have access to “exclusive” shopping deals — though, you’ll have to shell out $1 to $6 more for the privilege. Maybe now you’ll actually want to seek out Express flights rather than avoid them, since you’ll have far fewer passengers to fight for bandwidth.

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