AirTran Offers Mile-High Netiquette Advice
AirTran is the first airline to offer Internet access on all of its flights, but Virgin America, Delta, American, and United are expected to be close behind. In the era of mile-high Internet, it's increasingly important to teach people the basic do's and don't's of using the Web in confined spaces.
There are not only etiquette concerns, however. When surfing the Web at 35,000 feet, with people sitting in what would normally be considered your "personal space," privacy is also a major issue. Keeping your fellow passengers' eyes off of your potentially sensitive personal and work documents may mean investing in a privacy filter.
Just remember, there is one rule about Web usage on an airplane that shouldn't need to be stated: no porn. [From: ABC News]