Virgin joins Qantas in planning to offer inflight Wi-Fi in 2017

Virgin Australia has announced it will introduce inflight Wi-Fi on its domestic and international fleet next year.

The company said inflight Wi-Fi equipment will be fitted in its Boeing 737-800, Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 aircraft from mid-2017, although it did not say if it would charge for the service.

The big difference here is that Virgin are neglecting to mention if they’ll be charging for the service or not. Qantas have previously stated their inflight Wi-Fi would be free, included in your ticket.

Source: Virgin to launch in-flight Wi-Fi next year | Delimiter

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