Air Canada said it has started trials to offer Internet service on select flights on its Toronto-Los Angeles and Montreal-Los Angeles routes.
With the trial run, Air Canada joins many International airlines which already offer in-flight Internet service.
Passengers can access the service on their own laptop for $9.95 per flight or Personal Electronic Device (PED) for $7.95 per flight.
The Air Canada website mentions that from now, until January 29, 2010 will be a trial period for this service. The Montreal-based airline will then analyze the results and customer feedback before introducing the service on other routes.