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Boeing unveils United 787 Dreamliner, gives us a tour of the new aircraft

United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Yesterday morning we let you know that we'd be spending some quality time with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, the current talk of the aviation world. While All Nippon Airways in Japan took delivery of its Dreamliner last year, we've been waiting to find out which US-based carrier would be the first to have its livery emblazoned across the fuselage of Boeing's current flagship aircraft. As it turns out, that carrier is United Airlines.

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VIDEO: Kanye West Performs for Airline Passengers

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Gossip, Videos, Hip-Hop & Rap,

Whether he's on a stage or flying 15,000 feet in the air, Kanye West knows how to put on a show.

During a flight last Friday to New York from Minneapolis, the rapper took control of the closest microphone to him: the loudspeaker.

According to someone on that Delta route, West gave his fellow passengers way more than they had anticipated.

“He was like, ‘Yo, this your n***a, Kanye,’” the witness told Hollywood Life. “Then he couldn’t decide if he wanted to do the 'Good Life’ or ‘Gold Digger,’ so he was like, ‘I’ll just do a little bit of both.’ It was awesome … but I still have no idea how he got into the cockpit.”

Read More | Hollywood Life via The Huffington Post


JetBlue testing In-flight email and IM

JetBlue Airbus A320 It’s no secret that the airline industry has spared no expense in terms of inflight entertainment, from connectivity to channels to interactive gaming and more. But secretly, we bet many of you just want to catch up emails and chat via Instant Message…right? Well JetBlue is on the case: starting today, one of its A320 planes will be equipped with Wi-Fi.  Yahoo! and Wi-Fi-enabled Blackberry users will be able to read email and IM their buddies during flights. And you know this is only the beginning: for better or worse, we’re sure in a few short years we’ll be able to surf the ‘net from our laptops while flying the friendly skies. Cool….

Read More | Consumerist

Mexican Airline Volaris Renting 5G iPods To Fliers

iPod 5G The iPod’s bid for world domination continues at a frenetic pace. Last week we reported how major airlines will be offering iPod seat connectivity by mid-year, but low-cost Mexican airline Volaris leap-frogged the competition this month by purchasing a stash of 30 GB 5G iPods and loaning them to fliers for free. After the test-run, the customers can rent the players for only 50 pesos ($5 USD). The devices are pre-loaded with music and Mexican programming, which will be expanded to include U.S. sitcoms and additional music genres. We’e thinking an ingenious someone at Volaris is getting a promotion right about now…

Read More | Reuters

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