JAL Expands IFC Across the Board

By Juliet Van Wagenen | February 27, 2015
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JAL passenger using Wi-Fi in flight on a smartphone
JAL passenger using Wi-Fi in flight on a smartphone. Photo: JAL

[Avionics Today 02-27-2015] Japan Airlines (JAL) is expanding its In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) services on both international and domestic routes. Beginning March 3, the airline will offer its JAL Sky Wi-Fi services on more long-haul routes in Europe, North America and Asia aboard its Boeing 767-300ERs and 787-8 aircraft.

Additionally, beginning in April, JAL will provide customers with the additional movie and TV In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) content available on the airline’s Boeing 787s. The airline will bolster domestic offerings as well, increasing the Wi-Fi video service to 10 programs that are available through Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs).

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