Air China will begin installing equipment for on-board wi-fi service on its Boeing 777s from early 2014 under a program being rolled out by maintenance company Ameco Beijing. The second Airbus A330 that Ameco fitted with wi-fi returned to flight on July 3. Singaporean avionics company Flight Focus is supplying the equipment. The system “enables internet access, mail, wi-fi chat as well as the cabin-wide [high-definition] video streaming in wide-body aircraft for more than 300 ...

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