All the feds have to do is knock this one out of the park to prove they are not hopeless telco shills. Continental Airlines wants to give wi-fi access away at Boston's Logan airport. But the airport authority wants to charge $7.95 a day for the same thing and so is making up all kinds of stuff about Continental's wi-fi being a security threat of some sort.
My guess is if the airport has some big Bell company partner, and this arrangement exists in other cities too, the FCC will find a way to make it illegal to "give away" wi-fi at airports and blather something about markets in the process.
Way, way too involved instructions on how to tell the FCC how you feel about the issue here.