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Archive for May, 2017

British Airways launches inflight Internet: £5/hour to £24/flight

Source: ausbt.com.au »

British Airways is now offering high-speed inflight Internet on selected international flights, with domestic and European flights to follow by the end of the year, at prices ranging from £5 to £24 (A$8.75 to A$42).

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Sport 24 Schedule: May 9th – 15th

Sport 24 - May 9 - 15This week Sport 24 has LIVE continuing coverage of both the NBA and NHL Playoffs. Also available to watch in-flight are the UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals and ATP Tennis from Rome.

Here are some other highlights for this week:

NBA Playoffs

Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz

San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets

Boston Celtics vs. Washington Wizards

NHL Playoffs

Ottawa Senators vs. New York Rangers

Edmonton Oilers vs. Anaheim Ducks


St. George Illawarra Dragons vs. Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

Wests Tigers vs. South Sydney Rabbitohs

Melbourne Storm vs. Gold Coast Titans

Newcastle Knights vs. Canberra Raiders

Premier League

Stoke City vs. Arsenal

West Ham United vs. Liverpool

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United

Chelsea vs. Watford

Check out the LIVE schedule on Sport 24’s website or follow them on Twitter for updates!



Sport 24 Schedule: May 2nd – 8th

Sport 24 - May 2 - 8This week Sport 24 has LIVE in-flight coverage of the UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals matches.  Coverage of the NHL and NBA also continues.

Here are some other highlights for this week:

UEFA Champions League – Semi-Finals

Real Madrid vs. Atlético Madrid

AS Monaco vs. Juventus (more…)

In-flight wifi on Asia-Pacific airlines: what you need to know

Source: businesstraveller.com »

Air New Zealand

Launching second half of 2017

Expected to be announced in first half of 2017

In October last year, Air New Zealand announced it would begin introducing inflight wifi on board its flights starting from the second half of 2017. Flights between New Zealand and Australia will be the first to receive the service, with wifi progressively being made available aboard its Tasman, Pacific Island and long-haul jet fleets from the end of 2017. Domestic flights will get the service last, with introduction set for 2018.

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