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Emirates to offer free inflight WiFi in business, first class
Emirates is shaking up its inflight Internet plans to include “unlimited free WiFi” for business class and first class passengers while increasing the cost of the service for economy travellers.
The Gulf carrier currently gives all passengers 10MB of free access to its satellite Internet system, with each additional 500MB of data available for just US$1.
IAG’s Level subsidiary takes flight
International Airlines Group (IAG) has launched the first flights of its low-cost, long-haul subsidiary Level.
Twice-weekly services between Barcelona and Los Angeles launched yesterday (June 1), with thrice-weekly flights from the Catalan capital to Oakland International following today, and services to Punta Cana and Buenos Aires launching later this month.
Live on Air: IMG’s Sport24 Quenches Passengers’ Thirst for Real-Time Sports Coverage
APEX Insight: IMG’s Sport24 channel satisfies the cravings of air-traveling sports fans.
Video on demand means the days of having to plan an evening around watching a movie or TV show have largely disappeared. But premium sports events are among the few remaining experiences in which an entire mass audience watches the same thing, at the same time.
AirNZ touts ‘innovative’ inflight WiFi pricing in launch lead-up
RwandAir to acquire its fourth Boeing 737-800 aircraft
Qantas Now Offers WiFi on Domestic Flights
Qantas launched in-flight WiFi on its Boeing 737-800 for its domestic flights in Australia.
The move marks the start of a rollout across 80 Qantas planes; it will be complete by the end of next year. The service uses broadband providers Viasat and Nbn’s Sky Muster satellite service for speeds up to 10 times faster than other providers.
Icelandair Becomes First Airline to Bring High-Speed Connectivity and Internet Streaming to Transatlantic Flights with ViaSat’s In-flight Internet System
CARLSBAD, Calif. and REYKJAVIK, Iceland, May 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Icelandair, in operation since 1937, has a long history of bridging North America and mainland Europe through Iceland. Today, the Airline announced it will bring the fastest, most powerful in-flight connectivity and internet streaming service to passengers – across this transatlantic bridge – through a new partnership with global broadband services and technology company, ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT).
Air Canada To Offer High-Speed Internet on Air Canada Rouge
British Airways launches inflight Internet: £5/hour to £24/flight
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