As an occasional user of Boingo (in-airport internet access) and Gogo (in-flight internet access) I think this is pretty cool:
Boingo Wireless is expanding its reach to the skies today with a new partnership with Gogo, a company that powers wireless internet connectivity on airplanes. With the new partnership, Boingo customers can now log in to Gogo using their existing Boingo account (as opposed to using or creating a Gogo account).
Of course, Boingo users (who pay a monthly or yearly fee for access), will also have to pay another fee for in-flight access. Users will be paid $4.95, $9.95 or $12.95 per flight based on the length of the flight. Smartphone users will pay $4.95 or $7.95, depending on the flight duration.