Airlines around the world are going for connectivity, right? Well, not entirely. Regional aircraft on short routes may not need connectivity, ultra-low-cost carriers may not want to spend the money, and even major, long-haul carriers may be reluctant to install expensive inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) in aircraft that will be retired soon. So firms like Bluebox, which will soon install its Wow hardware on 21 of Vistara’s Airbus A320-family aircraft, offers an ...

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