Can Qantas extend its 75% domestic-flight passenger use of free in-flight Wi-Fi to 484-seat A380s? We’ll find out in 2025-2026

by Peter B. de Selding

LA PLATA, Maryland — Australia’s Qantas Airways Limited said its domestic in-flight Wi-Fi service “has driven take-up rates of 75%, with some routes showing up to 100%” and that the airline will expand its international free-Wi-Fi starting in late 2024 once Viasat Inc.’s Viasat-3 Asia satellite is in orbit.

Qantas has offered free Wi-Fi for several hears for its domestic flights, which have used the two National Broadband Network (NBN) Ka-band Sky Muster satellites in geostationary . . .

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