ANA to Expand In-Flight Wi-Fi

By Robert Waldner on 8 October 2014
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An ANA Boeing 777 in San Francisco

An ANA Boeing 777 in San Francisco

All Nippon Airways announced it will extend its in-flight Wi-Fi service to additional international routes, as well as some domestic routes, beginning in April 2015.

The airline will equip 30 more planes from its international fleet with in-flight Wi-Fi, including its Boeing 787-8, 787-9, and 777-300ER aircraft. On April 15, approximately 30 planes will be equipped with in-flight Wi-Fi, and that number will eventually increase to 60.

ANA will also introduce in-flight Wi-Fi service on domestic flights, installing the service on its Boeing 787-8s, 787-9s, 777-200s, and 777-300 jets in 2015 as well. Approximately 100 domestic routes will eventually offer this service.

Wi-Fi service will also be installed on new planes destined for the ANA international fleet. ANA first introduced ANA Wi-Fi Service in March 2014.

(Photos: Accura Media Group)

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