Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has launched high-speed Wi-Fi on its short- and medium-haul routes between Scandinavia and Europe, allowing passengers to stream and browse the internet after the aircraft is airborne. SAS said Wi-Fi has already been installed in 28 aircraft, making it the first Nordic airline to offer the high-speed Wi-Fi service. By September, around 40 aircraft will be equipped, with the vast majority of its fleet set to be Wi-Fi-enabled by the first quarter of 2020, ...

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