Air Canada is now benefiting its passengers by introducing satellite connectivity on its international fleet of B777-300ER flights. The newly launched facility will help customers to stream their favorite movies and TV onboard through the internet.
The Wi-Fi services provided by Gogo is available in Boeing 777-300ER jetliner as well as on Rouge’s narrow-body fleet comprising B787-9, B777-200LR, B767-300ER and A330. The airline stated that it is the first Canadian aircraft that’s now equipped with internet enabling its passengers to enjoy TV and movies. The customers would be able to access Wi-Fi for a price starting from $5 for at least one-hour pass until August 31, 2018. The introduction of fastest internet service is an efficient productivity tool for business travelers as it will enable them work while flying.
Benjamin Smith, president at Air Canada stated, ‘the passengers flying via Air Canada’s international wide-body fleets are now fortunate to access a brilliant Wi-Fi connectivity. This in turn, will make traveling much more easy and enjoyable as customers can now enjoy their favorite TV programme, watch a movie, chat with their relatives and pals or scroll through the social media. In addition, it also proves to be a favourable tool for most business travelers. The reliability and speed of the Wi-Fi will help them to be productive during their journey. With this service, they can keep themselves informed and up-to-date for the upcoming event or meeting.’
In addition to the superb satellite connectivity, Air Canada Express and Air Canada also facilitate its travelers through its ground-based system offered by Gogo on their narrow-body airbus Embraer 175/190, A319/320/321 as well as Bombardier CRJ-900 while flying within North America.