EVA line-fits AeroMobile systems on B777-300ERs


Taiwanese airline EVA Air has taken delivery of two new Boeing 777-300ERs, both line-fitted with AeroMobile’s inflight connectivity service. The two B777-300ERs are the first of seven new aircraft that will be delivered to EVA Air with inflight mobile services from AeroMobile activated, meaning passengers can roam just as they would abroad, send SMS messages and browse the internet inflight, using their mobile devices.

The first two fully-connected aircraft will primarily serve the North American market, with the service being rolled out to other destinations as more aircraft come into service. “EVA Air has made a significant commitment to rolling out mobile connectivity on its new fleet, recognising the increasing demand from customers who want to stay connected whenever, wherever,” said Kevin Rogers, CEO of AeroMobile.

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