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American Airlines says customers will be able to test in-flight Internet access on two flights beginning Wednesday, with broader service expected to begin in the following couple of weeks.
Besides the paid service, passengers will be able to connect free to American's Web site and news headlines.
Facing record high fuel prices, airlines are looking at entertainment and information services as ways to make a few more bucks per passenger.
American plans to charge $9.95 to $12.95 for Internet service, depending on flight length.