Lufthansa FlyNet Intercontinental aboard an A330, economy class. Photo: By Jens Goerlich. Courtesy, LH. Lufthansa relaunched its FlyNet inflight Internet service after a four-year suspension Tuesday, becoming the first airline to offer passengers broadband Internet access on intercontinental routes. Initially, it will be available on select North Atlantic routes, with LH planning to deploy it throughout its intercontinental network by the end of 2011. LH previously offered broadband ...

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