Australian flag carrier Qantas has moved a step closer to providing inflight connectivity on its domestic aircraft fleet. Following several months of tests with broadband provider ViaSat and nbn’s Sky Muster service, the airline is now operating Wi-Fi in beta mode on a Boeing 737-800. Up to 15,000 passengers a month will be able to try the service free of charge while the airline continues to fine-tune the system. ViaSat provides Qantas with connectivity between the aircraft, the ...

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