American airline to provide inflight WiFi service in the fleet

American airline to provide inflight WiFi service in the fleet

American Airlines has completed the provision of satellite internet service (WiFi) to add to the company’s fleet of 700 aircrafts that control most of the country’s domestic flights.

The passengers will have satellite communications with technology Gogo 2Ku or Viasat Ka. This is according to the place to travel to, which will provide a Wi-Fi network faster and easier for airlines.

Earlier this year, US Airways deployed the same service via satellite and added it to the fleet with large aircraft.

The US company plans to add power outlets in each seat through its main lines of both International and regional fleet, and distribute tablet holder in narrow body aircraft.

Although American Airlines provides services such as Apple music free, but many other companies provide free messaging.

While testing a number of other US airlines, adding a service Wi-Fi flight, where passengers had to pay for the internet in the middle of the flight.

Read also: American Airlane extends flight cancellation of Boeing Max until August 19

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