Australia’s Qantas Airways, which is rolling out Wi-Fi across its domestic Airbus A330 and Boeing 737-800 fleet over the next two years, has finished installing Wi-Fi on the first of its aircraft—a 737-800. However, before passengers can begin trialing it in early 2017, Qantas and California-based technology partner ViaSat will carry out a range of ground-based and inflight tests.   The Wi-Fi installations are expected to be completed in 2018. According to a carrier ...

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