Virgin Australia plans to install internet on its aircraft, following closely behind Qantas. While few details have been revealed, Virgin Australia CEO John Borghetti said the carrier will begin fitting its Airbus A330s, Boeing 777-300ERs and 737-800s with inflight Wi-Fi equipment from mid-2017. The service will be offered on domestic and international flights. The carrier plans to share more information about the project by the end of this year, “including technology partners and ...

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