JAL SKY wi-fi extended to B767-300ERs & B787-8s


Japan Airlines (JAL) has been introducing its in-flight wi-fi service into its B777-300ER fleet since July 2012. Under the theme of ‘Embrace new Challenges’, the airline is now extending the service to nine B767-300ERs and three B787-8s on more Europe, North America and long-haul Asia routes from March 3, 2015, with plans to introduce it into more of its B787-8 fleet in 2016.

This paid service ($10.15 for one hour, $18.80 for 24 hours) means customers in every cabin class on these aircraft will be able to access the web using their wireless LAN devices during the flight.

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