iPass IFC to become available on more Panasonic-equipped aircraft

tPanasonic Avionics has agreed to bring in-flight connectivity (IFC) services to iPass customers on more than 747 Panasonic-equipped aircraft across 23 international airlines including Air Berlin, All Nippon Airways and WestJet.tt“We are dedicated to giving our customers a frictionless internet experience,” commented David Bruner, VP global communications services, Panasonic Avionics. “Our partnership with iPass brings convenient access to Wi-Fi connectivity to our customers through a single service, helping them stay connected when they need it most.”tt“In-flight Wi-Fi is critical for our business customers, and our partnership with Panasonic extends iPass’ in-flight footprint to many of the world's leading international carriers,” added Patricia Hume, chief commercial officer, iPass. “Moreover, the partnership supports our strategy to offer iPass everywhere, so that iPass customers can move from airport to aircraft to airport and beyond with one seamless Wi-Fi first internet experience.”

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