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Wifi in the sky can generate loyalty (bandwidth permitting)
Framing the conversation around loyalty, the quality of the connection comes to the fore. Inmarsat found that 54% of passengers agreed that no wifi connection is better than a bad (poor quality) one.
Wifi now in top three factors making passengers switch airline
The annual inflight wifi survey published by Inmarsat shows that making inflight connectivity has become one of the top three considerations when choosing an airline, second only to ticket price (53%) and schedules (44%).
Only 3% of registered airplanes in China offer internet services
By 2035, planes with in-flight Wi-Fi will be in operation all over the world, creating a new market worth $130 billion and bringing additional revenue of $30 billion to airlines.
Inflight WiFi now on 82 airlines, system upgrades rise 129%
Performance-wise, Routehappy divided WiFi service among three categories: Basic, Better and Best, with WiFi on the majority of flights - 57% - falling in the Better silo.
Will Asia’s airlines prosper with in-flight connectivity and e-commerce?
Valour Consultancy report shows that the number of connected aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region will rise to over 5,000 by 2025, with much of this growth coming from airlines on the Asian continent.
Chinese airlines poised for windfall as in-flight network fosters e-commerce
Chinese carriers are expected to gain a significant share of the estimated $130 billion global in-flight broadband ancillary revenue by 2035.
Air China Upgrades In-Flight Wi-Fi Speeds With New Honeywell Agreement
Mobile devices have become part of people’s daily life nowadays and many passengers bring their devices aboard, but without in-flight WiFi service, they only can play Angry Birds game during the boring flight period.
Air travelers can expect better mobile services
Air China Ltd. signed an agreement with Honeywell Aerospace, part of Honeywell International Inc. It will test from the second quarter 2015 the Global Xpress (GX) Aviationsystem on its fleet of A330 aircraft.
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