In no way is it news that in-flight WiFi sucks. You shell out $16, only to not be able to stream videos. Sure, it's a marvel of science that you're scrolling Thrillist.com (shameless plug), 7 miles in the sky in a metal tube while drinking $8 beers. But still. Now, however, even the nation's largest airline is fed up with the garbage Internet connections -- and it's suing over it.
American Airlines has filed a lawsuit against GoGo, saying that its service is significantly slower than competitor ViaSat, according to a report by CNN. Per the lawsuit, American wishes to break its contract with GoGo to partner up with ViaSat, which already provides Internet service for United, JetBlue and Virgin America.