Virgin Australia is making rapid progress on its deployment of inflight Wi-Fi on its narrowbody and widebody aircraft fleets. The carrier has installed Wi-Fi on 21 of its fleet of about 80 Boeing 737s, a spokeswoman told ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily. This is a significant increase from the 10 that had been equipped by June 8. Virgin plans to complete 75% of the 737 fleet by the end of this year, and has previously said the remainder would be finished in early 2019. Wi-Fi ...

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