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Southwest Airlines today announced that it’d charge $5 for inflight WiFi access irrespective of the device or flight length.

To offer the WiFi service, Southwest has partnered with technology provider Row 44 and began testing WiFi on four aircraft in 2009.

Southwest now has 32 WiFi-enabled planes in its fleet. Continue reading »

 

Major travel web sites including Expedia Inc., Kayak.com, Sabre Holdings and Farelogix Inc. have come together to block Google’s proposed acquisition of ITA Software.

These travel sites have formed a coalition called FairSearch.org to persuade the Justice Department to block Google’s latest deal.

Here’s an excerpt from the Wall Street Journal:

Expedia Inc., Kayak.com, Sabre Holdings and Farelogix Inc.—which operate half-a-dozen leading online travel sites—are forming a coalition called FairSearch.org to persuade the Justice Department to block Google’s latest deal.

The companies are also launching a lobbying blitz on Capitol Hill, making the case to members of Congress that the deal would allow Google to dominate the online air-travel market by giving it control over the software that powers many of its rivals in the travel search business.

Google responds that buying the service will help it provide more useful information to consumers when they search for flight data. Continue reading »

 

Low-fare airline Virgin America officially launched its new nonstop service to Orlando International Airport (MCO) from both Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) today.

Although the airline’s Orlando service started on October 6, 2010, the official celebration of the service is scheduled for today.

Virgin America is offering low fares from $119 (restrictions, taxes and fees apply) on its Orlando flights. Continue reading »

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