Air Europa nears full long-haul connectivity offer


March 7, 2016 – As part of its fleet enhancement programs, Air Europa now offers inflight wi-fi on-board three of its Airbus A330s (two A330-200s and one A330-300s). All passengers with the Spanish carrier flying to Havana, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo will enjoy free wi-fi, enabled by Panasonic eXConnect systems. The airline plans to progressively install wi-fi systems across its entire Airbus long-haul fleet, and its new Boeing 787-9s arriving this month, with wi-fi availability across the long-haul fleet expected by July. The new B787 aircraft will also be fitted with Panasonic’s eX3 IFE systems.

Air Europa has selected three rates to choose from: 7 Euros for 15Mb; 13 Euros for 30Mb; or 20 Euros for 50Mb.


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