International Airlines Group (IAG) is to introduce high-speed Wi-Fi across its constituent carriers’ short-haul fleets, as it becomes the launch customer for Inmarsat’s next-generation connectivity system. IAG—comprising Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling—will equip up to 341 of its short-haul aircraft with the necessary equipment to provide a 4G broadband network. They include 132 British Airways, 125 Vueling, 45 Iberia and 39 Aer Lingus Airbus ...

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