Singapore Airlines will be adding in-flight Internet onboard the airline’s long-haul aircraft, A380, A340-500 and Boeing 777-300, beginning in the first half of 2011. The airline is partnering with in-flight connectivity provider OnAir and passengers will have access to the Internet and mobile services, including being able to make and receive text messages and phone calls with their GSM-compatible mobile phones. Other airlines that are partnering with OnAir for in-flight WiFi include Emirates, British Airway and EgyptAir. Details about the cost of the service have not been released. Passengers who use the mobile services will be charged by their telecommunications provider where international GSM roaming rates apply.