All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced it will introduce in-flight wifi internet access to its international flights next year.
The service, provided by OnAir, will be installed on ANA’s fleet of Boeing B777-300ERs and B767-300ER and will be available to passengers across all classes. Prices for the services have yet to be determined.
The carrier’s B777s and B767s are used on long-haul routes to Europe, North America as well as some Asian destinations such as Bangkok and Singapore.
ANA is the latest carrier to join in on this trend; more carriers, most recently Qantas (see story here), are trying out the facility and several have announced that their new aircraft will be fitted out with the capability, such as Thai Airways’ forthcoming Airbus A380 aircraft (see story here). For a list of other carriers offering onboard connectivity, click here.
For more information, visit www.ana.co.jp