Boeing 767

  • Blogs

    July 9, 2008

    How the Dallas Mavericks' Jet Spends the Off-Season

    MLW Air The Dallas Mavericks' Boeing 767-200 Mark Cuban has a piece of a pretty nifty fleet of planes: a Boeing 767-200, which holds 102 passengers in cushy comfort, and a 757-200, which'll travel 63 folks willing to suffer with “lavatories so large they have windows.” Both appear to be used by ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 7, 2008

    AA Flight 48, From DFW to Paris, Sounds Like One Hell of a Trip

    Look at it this way -- at least Flight 48 to Paris wasn't late. It's the little things that matter. Editor's note: Edmund Newton, managing editor of our sister paper in Fort Lauderdale, sends along the following tale: Here’s the question: Is it safe to fly during times when commercial airlines ar ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 23, 2008

    Wi-Fi in the Sky

    Yesterday, American Airlines announced that at long last it would begin testing high-speed Internet service on its Boeing 767-200 aircraft; the Fort Worth-based carrier will begin the trial run this summer, give or take, courtesy three lightweight antennae installed on the outside of the aircraft. ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 1, 2007

    Wi-Fi the Friendly Skies?

    This morning, American Airlines issued a press release announcing its partnership with Illinois-based AirCell, which promises broadband Interwebs access on commercial airline flights. Says AirCell on its Web site, the service would be available on "personal Wi-Fi devices including laptops, 802.11 a/ ... More >>

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    November 21, 2002

    Rough Skies

    Larry Wansley--former Marine, cop and FBI agent--has his biggest task ahead of him: making American Airlines safe from terrorism