Posted on: 01 July 2014 by Mark Howells
Iberia is now providing passengers on-board routes between Europe and the Americas in-flight Wi-Fi and GSM services powered by OnAir.
The introduction of in-flight connectivity is part of Iberia’s plan to improve the passenger experience.
By 2015, both Mobile OnAir and Internet OnAir will be installed on 25 of the airline’s A330s and A340s. Passengers on these long-haul aircraft can use their phones and tablets to chat, tweet and send text messages.
“We’re very pleased that another European airline is now providing our in-flight connectivity,” said Ian Dawkins, CEO of OnAir. “Other regions, particularly the Middle East and Asia, are moving ahead fast with satellite-based connectivity and European carriers are at risk of having to play catch-up.”
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