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Inflight connectivity providers see compelling prospects in India

India’s Department of Telecom (DoT) is expected to formally approve inflight connectivity in Indian airspace by July of this year, after the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) last month recommended Internet and mobile communication on aircraft through both satellite and terrestrial networks.

– Runway Girl Network

SITA to keep Air Mauritius’ new Airbus A350 fleet connected to key systems on the ground

SITA is providing wireless connectivity on the ground to Air Mauritius’ new fleet of Airbus A350 aircraft. SITAONAIR – SITA’s sister company focused on connected aircraft – has developed a solution to understand this complex MIAM communication and simplify integration into airline systems and processes.

– Travel Daily News

SaudiGulf goes live with onboard Wi-Fi

Saudi Arabian full-service carrier SaudiGulf Airlines has obtained regulatory approval to activate Wi-Fi services on board its domestic and international flights, and has brought the system online. The airline has partnered with SITAONAIR to introduce the new facility. Access to Wi-Fi will be a chargeable option, starting from SAR12 ($3.20).

– Air Transport World
February 2018
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