Monday, April 07, 2008

NEW: Cellphones in aircraft in flight

As we reported in a post here in July, 2007, (Cellphone study ... er revelation) the technology is now becoming available to enable the use of cell phones on airplanes while in flight. The latest to announce the new technology is Air France. The April 8, 2008, Travel Watch section of the Wall Street Journal now reports -

The European Union has opened the way for travelers to talk, text or send emails on mobile devices using European GSM technology while in the air. Air France unit has run successful trials in which customers could send text messages and emails, but not talk, on phones. Now, along with partner OnAir, a unit of plane maker Airbus, Air France is running a trial of in-flight voice calling on an Airbus A318 operating on routes in Europe.
Notice the word TRIALS. The technology is just becoming available.

There was no word from the NSA, NORAD, CIA, the FBI, the Secret Service or any other government agency including the White House on how those mysterious in-air cell phone calls were supposedly made on September 11th, 2001 when it was impossible to do so.
Once again, does this mean the 9-11 truth seekers are right?

Josef Goebbels, Hitler's infamous propaganda chief, once said, 'If you tell a big enough Lie, and keep on repeating it, in the end people will come to believe it.'
... not all of us.

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