You’re on a nice, long domestic flight. In coach. There’s a screaming baby two rows up; the pages of the in-flight magazine are stuck together with someone else’s chewing gum; and the 9-inch overhead CRT is showing a 2-year-old episode of New Girl that you’ve already seen a half-dozen times — without sound, because you always end up in the seat with a broken headphone jack. Oh, and you have five hours left to go to LAX. If you play your cards right (and pack some noise-canceling headphones), your next cross-country haul could be a whole lot more pleasant, thanks to in-flight WiFi. Nearly all of the major US airlines now offer WiFi in the sky. Thousands of passengers flying above North…

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A traveler’s guide to in-flight WiFi

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