Cyprus-based airline Cobalt Air plans to fit its fleet of Airbus A320-family aircraft with an onboard Wi-Fi system to allow passengers to download content onto their personal electronic devices. The development is part of a move away from the airline’s original low-cost approach to more of a full-service model, CEO Andrew Madar said. The Larnaca, Cyprus-based airline, which has just marked its first year of operation, has a fleet of four A320s and two Airbus A319s. The weight penalty ...

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