Transaero to Add In-Flight Internet Access

By Michael Acampora on 8 May 2012
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Transaero announced it will begin to add in-flight Internet access to its narrow-body and Boeing 767 aircraft. The service will be provided by Row 44, an in-flight technology company.

Row 44 will deliver broadband Internet, live television, video on demand, and other entertainment services in-flight. The services will be accessible on all routes to and from Russia to North America, the Caribbean, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

Transaero Airlines is Russia’s first privately-owned airline.

(Photo: Alex Pereslavtsev)

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