Air New Zealand may offer Wi-Fi connectivity on flights from 2017 onward, CEO Christopher Luxon said in a statement Oct. 11. “We are in final negotiations with Inmarsat and Panasonic Avionics,” he said. “Inmarsat will provide Global Xpress broadband, which will be integrated in the existing inflight entertainment system from Panasonic Avionics.”   Luxon said that, starting in mid-2017, Wi-Fi will be tested on flights from New Zealand to Tasmania (Australia) and ...

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