The next phase of Air New Zealand’s Boeing 777-300ER refit program will allow the carrier to begin the introduction of its onboard Wi-Fi service. More than half of the -300ER fleet has already been through the cabin upgrade, with the fourth of seven aircraft scheduled to rejoin the airline next week. The final three aircraft are scheduled to be completed by November, and these will be the first of Air New Zealand’s fleet to be equipped with Wi-Fi. Air New Zealand intends to ...

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