Icelandair has selected US technology company ViaSat to provide high-speed Wi-Fi for its incoming fleet of 16 Boeing 737 MAX 8s and 9s. The aircraft retrofit will begin in March 2018 and continue through 2020, enabling Icelandair passengers browse the internet and stream content on flights to 18 North American and more than 25 European destinations. “Our investment in new technology, from ViaSat, will deliver one of the best internet experiences in the skies,” Icelandair SVP ...

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