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In-flight e-mail makes US debut on JetBlue with Yahoo

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 7, 2007 (AFP) - JetBlue will begin offering passengers free e-mail access on one of its airplanes next week as Internet connections that have become ubiquitous on the ground begin taking to the skies.
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Industry analysts expect 2008 to be the year in-flight Internet begins to take-off.
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An Airbus-320 passenger jet called "BetaBlue" is equipped with wireless Internet antennae in the ceiling and a computer server that relays signals to mobile telephone towers on the ground.

BetaBlue will make its commercial flight debut Tuesday on a route from New York City to San Francisco.

Passengers will be able to connect to Yahoo Mail and instant messaging services via wireless Internet connections on laptops or with "Wi-Fi" enabled BlackBerry handheld devices, according to the US-based airline.

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JetBlue subsidiary LiveTV customized the system and partnered with Yahoo because the US Internet titan's Web-based message service is the most widely used in the nation, according to airline spokeswoman Alison Eshelman.

Yahoo executives and news reporters were among the passengers taken for a demonstration flight on the jet this week.

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