Air France and KLM launch inflight Wi-Fi Launch of inflight connectivity on two Boeing 777-300

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  1. sobore
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    Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will operate their first inflight connectivity flights with Wi-Fi on board. The new service will allow customers to remain connected with the world by being able to send text messages and e-mails and surf the internet during their flight. On our specially designed inflight website we they also offer a broad range of free and
    up to date services including live television news and sports channels, relevant airline and destination information.

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    In partnership with Panasonic Avionics, Air France and KLM will conduct a trial phase throughout the rest of 2013 on two Boeing 777-300s. During that time, customers can connect to the internet using their Wi-Fi enabled smartphones, laptops or tablets at a fixed rate and use their mobile phones for text messages or email, no matter what travel class they are in.

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    Norwegian already offers that on almost all their flights now.

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