Lufthansa restarted its inflight Internet offering on Tuesday, inaugurating the service on an Airbus A330-300. The aircraft operated the LH 400 service from Frankfurt to New York. Initially, passengers will have access to broadband Internet on some of the airline’s North Atlantic routes. Availability will be expanded to cover the entire long-haul fleet and its network by the end of 2011. Lufthansa is also looking at including its short-haul fleet at a later stage. Lufthansa was the ...
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