AirAsia has rolled out the first eight aircraft with a new onboard Wi-Fi system which it intends to deploy across the rest of its narrowbody and widebody fleets.  The system uses Inmarsat’s high-speed Ka-band platform GX Aviation. It represents an upgrade from the current AirAsia Wi-Fi service, and will allow video and music streaming, AirAsia said.  The first aircraft to be equipped are six Airbus A320s operated by AirAsia’s Malaysian operation, and two flown by Thai ...

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