Aer Lingus has declared that it would facilitate its Smart Fare Transatlantic economy class passengers with 20 MB of free Wi-Fi when its first Airbus A321LR jets will take its delivery in 2019. At present, free Wi-Fi is only enjoyed by passengers flying in business class on the Airbus A330. In addition, the airline has also provided the facility of offering complimentary refreshments for economy flyers.
Stephen Kavanagh, the CEO of the carrier confirmed the news. He also spoke about the surging transatlantic network of the airline. Currently, Aer Lingus launched new routes to Montreal and Minneapolis, thereby serving fifteen North American destinations. In addition, the carrier is also planning to reinforce new uniforms and livery in the early quarter of 2019, next year. The alterations are aspects of brand refreshment.
Stephen Kavanagh commented, ‘We would offer our transatlantic Economy guests with complimentary beer and wine along with sumptuous meal service. We are also providing 20MB complimentary Wi-Fi service free of cost to all our valuable Smart Fare transatlantic economy travelers to enable them to enjoy free social messaging.’ He also stated, ‘Aer Lingus would also reveal a new identity in the month of January. Ideally, reflecting in a modern appearance, the airline would soon fulfil its ambition of becoming the foremost airline across North Atlantic.’