Air New Zealand plans to introduce inflight phone connectivity on the first two of its new Airbus A320s, but has yet to decide whether it will offer the capability on subsequent deliveries. The first of Air NZ’s new A320s arrived last week, with voice and data capability to be introduced within the next month. This will be the first time inflight connectivity has been used on New Zealand domestic routes. The aircraft will be fitted with OnAir’s communication system, and the network ...
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