SriLankan line-fits inflight telephony and wi-fi

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SriLankan Airlines has opted to line-fit OnAir’s inflight GSM mobile phone and wi-fi services to its six new A330-200 aircraft. The airline has the Airbus ALNAv2 inflight connectivity system installed on its aircraft. Global connectivity will be powered by Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband satellite network, which is designed for both mobility and consistent global coverage.

“We take pride in providing our passengers with a luxurious and innovative experience, so connectivity is a must for our new aircraft,” said Kapila Chandrasena, CEO of SriLankan Airlines, adding that “providing wi-fi and GSM access is the norm for leading airlines.”

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