Singapore Airlines (SQ) has launched OnAir inflight connectivity, part of a $50 million entertainment upgrade across its long-haul fleet.
Singapore Airlines (SQ) has launched OnAir inflight connectivity, part of a $50 million entertainment upgrade across its long-haul fleet. The inflight connectivity is now available on 14 of its aircraft, including five Airbus A340-500s, plus a mixture of A380 and Boeing 777-300 aircraft, SQ told ATW. Over the next two years, SQ will roll out the service across all of its long-haul A380-800, A340-500 and 777-300ER aircraft. Users will also be able to receive and send text messages and ...
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