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Comment: Re:About time this came around. (Score 2, Informative) 252

by tdischino (#18593387) Attached to: U.S. Airlines to Offer In-Air Wi-Fi
AW = no, AA = yes. Not in every row in coach, usually alternating rows, extending about 2/3s of the way back. There is usually a visual indicator next to the row number on the overhead if there is in-seat power. The power jack is like a car lighter, with a flip up cover over it. Most laptop manufacturers sell an adapted power cord for this.

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