Gogo in-flight Internet service turns one

I am a connected sort of guy. Everywhere I go I have internet access on my iPhone. I can check email, browse the net and do whatever I want, assuming the AT&T network is cooperating. The thought of being without connectivity is enough to make me break out in a cold sweat.

The longest time I typically go each year without connectivity is the three-hour flight to CES in Las Vegas in January. That is a long three hours for me. Thankfully, Aircell has been rolling its Gogo in-flight Internet service out to many airlines over the last year. The company has announced that Gogo has now turned one year old.

Over its first year, the service was launched fleet wide on AirTran Airways and Virgin America. The service is also offered on select routes with other airlines including American. Now that Internet access has come to the skies, there are few places left where we can't get online.