Some level of Wi-Fi service has been installed on nearly half the airline passenger capacity in the world, but only a small portion of this service is at the highest level that passengers increasingly seek. There is thus still plenty of installation and upgrade work to be done, except perhaps for airlines that fly very short routes or sell the least expensive travel.   Wi-Fi is now available on 43% of available seat miles globally as 82 airlines now offer inflight Wi-Fi, according ...

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