American Airlines teams up with Lexus to offer free wi-fi in the sky

29th Oct 2009
American Airlines teams up with Lexus to offer free wi-fi in the sky

American Airlines and Lexus are kicking off the season of giving early with a free Wi-Fi inflight promotion for customers traveling on American Airlines.

Beginning Nov. 1 and running through Nov. 7, American customers traveling on Wi-Fi equipped aircraft can enjoy free Wi-Fi service, compliments of Lexus allowing travelers to stay connected while thousands of feet in the sky. The Gogo(TM) Inflight Internet service lets customers connect to work or home by offering access to e-mail, social media sites, e-shopping or the latest news and sports headlines from their laptops, smartphones and handheld PDAs.

“American and Lexus want to give customers a little something special this fall by offering free Wi-Fi,” said John Tiliacos, American’s Managing Director – Onboard Products. “We continue to focus on improving the customer’s experience and with this special offer, we hope our customers enjoy this opportunity to connect inflight for work or fun as the busy holiday season kicks into gear.”

To coincide with the introduction of the new 2010 Lexus LS line,

American Airlines passengers can take advantage of the free Wi-Fi promotion by entering the promotion code 2010LEXUSLS to connect to the service. More details about Wi-Fi on American are available at
An innovator in airline travel, American was the first U.S. carrier to launch onboard broadband Wi-Fi in August 2008, and the service is currently available to thousands of customers traveling on American’s Boeing 767-200 aircraft and select
MD-80 aircraft.



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