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Lufthansa and Austrian airlines to launch inflight connectivity


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Lufthansa is the largest German airline and the largest airline in Europe. All in regards to the passengers size and fleet size. It has over 197 international destination across Africa, Americas, Asia, and Europe. They have been around for a long time. They have been around since 1950s. They always try to be the best and to offer great service to their customers. They recently collaborated up with Australian airlines and this is mainly to provide Inmarsat GX inflight connectivity for passengers. They are planning to launch this in the upcoming first quarter. They will have around 10 airbus crafts available.

Lufthansa recently received a supplemental type certificate for the Airbus A320 fleet from the EASA which this gives them alt of advantage to prepare them to be one of the best.

“Since the launch of Lufthansa Flynet, it has been our goal to offer added value on board to our customers through innovation – and that also includes our Internet provision.”

They are planning to fully equip the entire Lufthansa A320 until at least the middle of 2018. This new inflight connectivity plan will enable to give customers the ability to access Wi-Fi using their own mobile device. Which let us be real. This is cool considering how boring the airplane rides are. This is a step into the future and is very technological. People will be able to use email services, and will can stream videos. Their plan is to be able to equip at least 100 aircrafts by spring. This is a good amount and I think eventually most airplanes will be equipped with such connectivity especially with the many aviation parts and avionics many offer.


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