Ireland flag carrier Aer Lingus is looking at connectivity for its short-haul fleet, after equipping its Airbus A330s with both Wi-Fi and mobile. “It is a project we are working on,” Aer Lingus director of marketing and guest experience Michelle Lee told ATW on the sidelines of the Passenger Experience Conference in Hamburg. “We are looking at the market to see what’s available and what the trends are.” She added that the Irish carrier, which forms part of ...

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