Now appearing on every Virgin Australia flight from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Los Angeles, the airline's new Boeing 777 inflight Internet service allows business travellers to remain connected above the clouds on those long flights to the United States, with download speeds hovering at an...
With China Airlines now using Airbus A350s on all flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland, London and more, Aussie travellers can remain connected above the clouds thanks to the aircraft's inflight Internet service, which is currently free for business class and premium economy passenger...
Had a long flight and want to head straight to your hotel room, without stopping by reception to get your room key? At over 2,000 Hilton properties, you can now use your smartphone as your hotel key instead – skipping the lines at check-in to make a beeline for bed. But is Hilton's Digita...
Travelling aboard Malaysia Airlines' new Airbus A350s? Then take a look at the airline's new inflight Internet service, with plans starting at just US$1, available exclusively on Malaysia Airlines' A350 jets. While you won't be able to connect aboard MAS' other aircraft which fly between Austral...
Philippine Airlines' Airbus A330 flights from Sydney and Melbourne to Manila come equipped with the carrier's myPAL WiFi service, which not only streams inflight entertainment onto your smartphone or tablet but also lets those devices plus of course laptops jump online. Sadly, this inflight ...
In 2014, Emirates pledged to make inflight Internet a free service for every passenger – and while that was a nice promise, the reality of up to 615 passengers connecting to a single WiFi hotspot at the same time often saw download speeds grind to a halt, making the entire service literally...
Passengers travelling with Hong Kong Airlines can now connect to the Internet aboard its new Airbus A350 aircraft: currently darting between Hong Kong, Bangkok and Taipei, but soon stretching its wings to Los Angeles and San Francisco – longer flights where being online has much more appeal...×
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