Virgin Australia is starting the fleet-wide rollout of its onboard Wi-Fi service, and plans to have a large proportion of its domestic and international jet fleet retrofitted by the end of 2018. Following a three-month trial period on one of its Boeing 737-800s, the carrier essentially began the broader installation by deploying Wi-Fi on a second 737. While the carrier is not revealing the timing for the third aircraft, it will progressively work on the rest of its 737 fleet. Wi-Fi service ...

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