Air New Zealand has begun the first operational trials of its new onboard Wi-Fi service, which eventually will be rolled out across its international jet fleet. The first of Air New Zealand’s aircraft to be fitted for Wi-Fi is a Boeing 777-300ER. More will be fitted during the next few months, and the airline intends to introduce the service on the remainder of its 777-300ERs by June 2018. The carrier plans to begin introducing Wi-Fi in its 777-200ERs from April 2018. The airline ...

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