Icelandair to Add In-Flight Wi-Fi

By Michael Acampora on 1 June 2012
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Icelandair Boeing 757Icelandair has partnered with Row 44 to bring in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity to its flights. The installation of the Wi-Fi system will begin in the fourth quarter of this year.

In addition to the wireless Internet, Row 44 will also provide digital content such as in-flight shopping specials and research, as well as the ability to book local services at the flight’s destination.

The addition of in-flight Internet will make Icelandair the only North Atlantic airline to provide Wi-Fi throughout its entire fleet.

Travel to Iceland is growing, with a 16% increase in visits by foreign travelers last year. Icelandair is the country’s national carrier.

(Pictured: Icelandair Boeing 757)

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