Hainan Airlines plans to reconfigure 100 aircraft with inflight Wi-Fi service in an effort to enhance its passenger experience. The Haikou-based carrier, in cooperation with Beijing Shareco Technology, will invest CNY1 billion ($152 million) to install Wi-Fi over the next two years. Hainan Airlines GM-cabin service Xu Fei said it is committed to build a brand-new cabin ecosystem to promote Wi-Fi and provide more new inflight entertainment (IFE) products with partners that also include Bose ...

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