In a major development for global travelers, the iPass Inflight Global Wi-Fi service by Flexinets has added China Airlines and Air China to their list of airlines that can be connected in-flight. The move is expected to provide travelers with seamless and high-speed internet connectivity while they are on board, and is a major step forward in making in-flight internet accessible to more passengers.
As a provider of inflight connectivity solutions, this is another step towards offering an efficient inflight Wi-Fi solution that can be accessed by travelers throughout Asia and around the world.
With the addition of China Airlines and Air China, passengers on these airlines will be able to connect to the internet and access a range of services, as browsing the web, and checking emails. This is especially important for business travelers who need to stay connected while they are in the air.
The iPass Global Wi-Fi service subscription has already proven to be successful, with a number of airlines already offering inflight Wi-Fi connectivity. The addition of China Airlines and Air China is a significant milestone and is expected to help drive further growth in the inflight connectivity market.
In conclusion, the addition of China Airlines and Air China to the list of airlines that can be accessed via the iPass Global Wi-Fi inflight Wi-Fi solution is a major development for travelers. It will provide passengers with a reliable and high-speed internet connection while they are in the air, and is a major step forward in making in-flight internet accessible to more passengers.
Furthermore, it is expected that the number of aircrafts within China Airlines and Air China that support iPass will increase over time throughout there fleet, and as more airlines look to provide their passengers with in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity. This is in response to the growing demand for connectivity, as passengers increasingly look to stay connected to their devices while traveling. With the addition of China Airlines and Air China to the list of supported airlines, Flexinets and iPass Global Wi-Fi are well-positioned to capitalize on this trend and provide their services to even more passengers in the future.
For more information visit the iPass Global Wi-Fi service information page.