Delta Selects Viasat for Single-Aisle Jet In-Flight Wi-Fi

By Paul Riegler on 5 January 2021
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Delta Air Lines said Tuesday that it selected Viasat’s Ka-band satellite in-fight Wi-Fi solution for its narrow-body fleet of aircraft.

The fleet includes Airbus A321ceos, Boeing 767-900ERs, and Boeing 757-200 aircraft.

The action will help the airline “modernize how customers stay connected and enjoy content” in flight, it said.

The Atlanta-based airline said it would begin to install the Viasat system onto these aircraft starting this summer.  The carrier has an option to add it to other parts of its fleet.

The move does not mean that Delta is abandoning the Gogo 2Ku platform but it does foreshadow a Delta-branded portal for its wireless brands.

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