Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian has begun offering live television broadcasts to passengers on board its aircraft—the first in Europe to do so, it said. The service was launched Nov. 23 on an Oslo-Berlin flight and is being rolled out across the carrier’s European network on board 87 Wi-Fi-equipped Boeing 737-800s. Travelers can receive the service by using their own handheld devices to connect to Norwegian’s free inflight Wi-Fi. Initially, they will have a choice ...

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