Kazakhstan’s Air Astana has launched high-speed broadband inflight connectivity on its first Boeing 767-300ER. The system installation on its second aircraft is expected to be completed in October. The Rockwell Collins’ cabin system, which utilizes Inmarsat’s Global Xpress (GX) Aviation capabilities to provide inflight connectivity, will be available to business- and economy-class passengers on all three of Air Astana’s 767s. Air Astana said passengers can choose ...

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