So I'm an IT consultant, and fly roundtrip every week - usually about a 2+ hour flight each way. It's a constant source of annoyance to me that 1) Airports don't provide free wireless internet 2) Airplanes are not equipped with free wireless internet (and are generally super-anal about wireless ANYTHING) An example of point #2 is the curt request from a flight attendant on a recent flight to abstain from using my bluetooth mouse with my Powerbook while onboard. So my question for the forum is - are there really legimate, significant reasons why such wireless internet service cannot be deployed in aircraft, or is this just an example of over-zealous and over-cautious regulation? I remember reading a while back that Lufthansa was rolling out an experimental test period of wireless internet on their flagship 747s, and wondered why we can't do the same here in the states. It would make my weekly air-commute soooo much more pleasant.