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  1. Ed C.
    Ed C. at |

    Is it just me or they seem to be testing this system much more than the Panasonic WiFi system?

    1. Billie Joe McGuffy
      Billie Joe McGuffy at |

      Isn’t the Panasonic system on United the same one that is installed on the American international aircraft?

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