If this doesn't tell you that Boeing blew it by being premature and pulling out of the flying WiFi space over a year ago, nothing proves it better.
A survey by BarclayCard shows that over fifty percent of the business travel market want Internet connectivity on the go and in the air, at least with the audience under 50. But even over 50 year olds, 40 percent of them, want it too.
Put me in the first group, for I've already had the experience on Lufthansa when they offered Connexxion back in 2006 and LOVED IT. Heck I even made a few VoIP and Skype Calls using Gizmo Project and Counterpath's Eyebeam.
Most of all the sense of knowing all my email was caught up on was a big relief when I got off the plane versus the need to spend an hour cleaning up my inbox as I normally do each morning.
In my view, we're going to see more users the next time around staying connected in the air...