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US Airways to install Gogo Inflight Internet service on its aircraft.

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US Airways (NYSE:LCC) announced on Thursday that it is partnering with Aircell to provide Gogo Inflight Internet service on its aircraft from early 2010.

Customers will be able to purchase access to full Internet services, such as instant messaging, e-mail and VPN access, if they have laptops, smartphones or other Wi-Fi enabled devices.

The service will be immediately installed on US Airways' Airbus A321 aircraft which fly on selected domestic routes.

Detailed pricing information for the service will be announced closer to the launch date.

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