Air France-KLM has signed an agreement with connectivity provider Gogo, covering Wi-Fi installation across 124 long-haul aircraft. Announcing the deal Sept. 29, Air France-KLM said Gogo will equip 83 Air France aircraft (15 Airbus A330s and 68 Boeing 777s) and 41 from KLM’s long-haul fleet (12 A330s and 29 777s). The installations, which come alongside Air France-KLM’s Wi-Fi-equipped 787s, will start at the end of 2017. Air France-KLM said the aircraft will be equipped with ...

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