SAS goes online in the air  

2004.07.08
11 SAS planes will offer passengers wireless Internet access
Passengers in 11 airbus planes from SAS will soon be able to check e-mails and sports news during their flight. The Scandinavian airline company is planning to follow Lufthansa’s lead and give passengers the possibility of accessing the Internet during their flight, reports Børsen.
 
Last month, Lufthansa was the first airline company in the world to offer Internet access to passengers from start to landing. The wireless Internet solution, which will be installed in the 11 SAS planes is delivered by Lufthansa Technik
 
The news was reported at www.ing.dk

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