United to put inflight Wi-Fi on regional jets

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United Airlines plans to add inflight Wi-Fi services on more than 200 regional jets. Itasca-based Gogo Inc. will outfit the United Express planes to use its air-to-ground service. United said Wi-Fi service will be installed on its E170, E175 and CRJ700 aircraft by next summer. The first Wi-Fi-enabled flights are expected later this year.

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