Air China moving, slowly, to in-flight connectivity for international fleet

by Amy Svitak

PARIS — A year ago Air China, one of the world’s top-10 airlines when measured by passenger count, gave a list of reasons why it was hesitating to install in-flight-connectivity (IFC) on its fleet.

The cost and weight of the equipment and the irregularity of service were among he reasons. Company officials reasoned that zero service was better than a service of uneven quality:

Since then, China’s principal satellite operator, China . . .

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