Scandinavian carrier SAS has revealed it is considering extending its Wi-Fi services to other aircraft, having already equipped its long-haul fleet with the service. In an interview, SAS CIO Mattias Forsberg was asked about the airline’s Wi-Fi investment plans. Afterward SAS issued a formal statement, saying it is currently evaluating Wi-Fi solutions for its non-long haul aircraft. “An analysis of Wi-Fi possibilities has started,” it said. SAS added that any decision to ...

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