Aeroflot introduces Wi-Fi on 26 of long-courier aircraft

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Aeroflot, one of the largest airlines in Russia, has big plans for 2013. He wants to equip 26 of long-courier aircraft with Wi-Fi devices until the end of 2013. The project is part of the company's development strategy. Vitaly Saveliev, Aeroflot CEO, said that this action has two objectives: to introduce technology in all spheres of the company and to enter the list of global carriers that offer these facilities on board aircraft.

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Internet service will be available on 22 aircraft Airbus A330 and 4 aircraft Boeing 777, this until the end of the year. In T1 2013, passengers will enjoy Wi-Fi technology only on 15 aircraft (12 Airbus 330 and 3 Boeing 777). The job is moving pretty fast. According to the information, the technology has already been mounted and tested on 5 A330: VQ-BPI "L.Yashin", VQ-BPK "I.Kulibin", VP-BDD "A.Mojaiskiy", VP-BDE "L.Kantorovich", VQ-BPJ “V.Brumel”.

The program will continue after 2013. Aeroflot plans show that other 12 Boeing 777 aircraft will be equipped with Wi-Fi up to 2016. The Russian carrier is developing this project together with OnAir - a leading provider of connectivity services, IT and using Inmarsat satellite networks.

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