I enjoy a little quiet time when I fly. I still cringe at the thought of airlines allowing cell phone conversations to take place and interrupt my "me time."
Still, I can see how Internet access is a valuable commodity.
Beginning in 2008, American Airlines plans to offer Internet access on its 767-200 aircraft, mainly transcontinental routes. Provided by AirCell, an aviation communications provider, the equipment will cost about $100,000 per plane and set passengers back about $10 per flight.