Delta to Add Wi-Fi to International Flights

By Michael Acampora on 28 June 2012
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Delta has announced that it will add in-flight Wi-Fi to its international fleet of 150 aircraft beginning early next year.

Delta will partner with Gogo Inflight Internet to use Ku-band capacity satellites to compliment existing air-to-ground capabilities already used on domestic flights to provide the service. The in-flight Internet will be available on Delta’s Boeing 777s, 767s, 747s, 757s, and Airbus 330s.

Delta currently operates the largest Wi-Fi equipped fleet in the world, with all 550 of its mainline domestic aircraft already equipped with the service.

When the installation is complete in 2015, Delta’s fleet will include nearly 1,000 Wi-Fi enabled aircraft.

Accura News

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