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Press Release: TAP Air Portugal introduces inflight mobile connectivity

Source: runwaygirlnetwork.com »

Leading inflight mobile connectivity provider AeroMobile, a subsidiary of Panasonic Avionics Corporation,is pleased to announce the addition of TAP Air Portugal to its connected fleet. TAP Air Portugal’s first connected Airbus A330-900neo entered into service in December 2018.

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Former CBB customer Korean Air re-embraces IFC with MAX deliveries

Source: runwaygirlnetwork.com »

After a 15-year story arc, the final airline to have once offered the long defunct Connexion by Boeing inflight connectivity system is ready to once again offer connectivity to its passengers. Korean Air will take its upcoming Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft linefit with the Panasonic Global Connectivity Suite, signaling an end to the airline’s longstanding hesitance to offer connectivity once again after getting burned the first time around.

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Norwegian becomes first low-cost airline to introduce free Wi-Fi on intercontinental flights

Source: media.uk.norwegian.com »

Airline begins rollout of Wi-Fi connectivity on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and 737 MAX fleet

Free Wi-Fi for full duration of long-haul flights and high-speed option fast enough to stream movies

Rollout of Wi-Fi to be completed on more than 50 percent of Dreamliner fleet by 2020

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Air New Zealand set to launch A321neo Australian service

Source: atwonline.com »

The debut of Air New Zealand’s first Airbus A321neo will mark the start of a major upgrade of the airline’s international short-haul fleet, helping it confront a new phase of fierce competition in the Australia-New Zealand market.

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Press Release: Panasonic to provide IFEC to Uzbekistan Airways aircraft

Source: runwaygirlnetwork.com »

Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) and Uzbekistan Airways have today announced a new commitment for inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solutions for three Boeing 787-8 and two Airbus A320neo aircraft.

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Thai Airways Switches On LIVE TV

Source: latteluxurynews.com »

Following the recent announcement that Thai Airways International was named the winner for World’s Best Economy Class, World’s Best Airline Lounge Spa, Best Economy Class Onboard Catering and a place in the top 10 for World’s Best Airline in the Skytrax 2018’s World Airline Awards, they’ve just announced another initiative for passengers.

Sports fans and those keen on staying up-to-date with world events won’t miss a thing while in flight with the launch of LIVE TV onboard flights.

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Virgin Australia launches WiFi on trans-Tasman flights

Source: ausbt.com.au »

Virgin Australia is adding inflight Internet to all trans-Tasman flights as the airline steps up its fight against Qantas and Air New Zealand as the longtime foe and former beau launch their own alliance.

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Qantas, Virgin Australia swing WiFi focus onto A330s

Source: ausbt.com.au »

While Qantas and Virgin Australia continue to expand their WiFi-equipped Boeing 737 fleet, both airlines are also stepping up the rollout of inflight Internet onto their larger twin-aisle Airbus A330 jets.

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