Private jet rentals from NetJets are on the pricey side, so you can bet that for the serious money they lay out, that their clients would expect some fast internet speed and minimal connection issues. No pay-by-the-hour here; it isn't the Gogo service on commercial passenger planes, it's a new high-speed in-flight WiFi specifically for business jets. Passengers can request to be their pilot's Facebook friend while still flying in his plane.
Now let us suggest the next move for private jet companies: include an iPad or two in each airplane for passenger use. That's really what'd go awesome with in-flight wifi, especially when we're talking about CEOs and record producers and whatnot who are typically on the cusp of "what's next" and would appreciate this.
[Plane photo: NetJets]