Inflight connectivity provider AeroMobile, in partnership with Panasonic Avionics, has announce the expansion of its 3G inflight network with the connection of two Aer Lingus A330s. The 3G expansion coincides with the Irish national carrier launching two new routes from its Dublin hub to Bradley International and Newark airports in the US.
In-flight connectivity provider AeroMobile has launched its first 3G connected Airbus A350 with Singapore Airlines. Singapore Airlines’ inaugural long-haul flight for the newly-connected aircraft took place from Singapore to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
Leading in-flight connectivity provider AeroMobile has partnered with SWISS to allow its passengers, in all cabin classes, to use their mobile devices to call, text and browse the internet at 30,000 feet. Aeromobile is a registered mobile network operator which enables airline passengers to roam in-flight.
In conjunction with Panasonic Avionics, leading inflight connectivity provider AeroMobile has launched the first inflight 3G network, creating a step change in the connected experience. The inflight 3G network operated over Panasonic’s Ku service enables a quality and range of services much closer to those experienced on the ground.
AeroMobile has celebrated the first Airbus A380 to be fully line-fitted with its inflight mobile phone network. The Etihad Airways A380-800 (A6-APA) aircraft’s inaugural flight with AeroMobile services was from Abu Dhabi to London Heathrow, touching down on earlier.
Europe’s largest airline, Lufthansa, has launched its in-flight mobile phone service with AeroMobile, allowing passengers to use their own mobile devices to text and browse online at 30,000 feet via Lufthansa FlyNet. With eight aircraft already in service, the German flag-carrier has confirmed it will roll out mobile connectivity across its entire long-haul fleet of over 100 aircraft this year.
Passengers onboard Aer Lingus’ long-haul flights can now use their own mobile phones to text and browse the internet, using AeroMobile’s in-flight roaming service. All seven of the airline’s Airbus A330 aircraft, which serve the USA from the Republic of Ireland, are fitted with the AeroMobile service, meaning travellers can stay in touch with friends and family by SMS, or email a colleague at 30,000 feet.
Singapore Airlines’ first aircraft equipped with AeroMobile’s in-flight mobile connectivity service has made its inaugural flight from Singapore to London. SIA’s new Boeing 777-300ER is the first of eight aircraft being delivered with cutting-edge in-flight entertainment and connectivity solutions and hardware from Panasonic Avionics Corporation.
Singapore Airlines’ first aircraft offering AeroMobile’s inflight mobile connectivity service took its inaugural flight from Singapore to London on Friday 27 September 2013. Through AeroMobile’s inflight roaming service, SIA customers will be able to use their own mobile phones to text and browse the internet at 30,000 feet.
AeroMobile has confirmed EE as its latest roaming partner, giving the phone operator’s 26 million customers across the UK the option to use their own mobile phones in-flight. AeroMobile already has over 220 agreements with mobile phone operators around the world including O2, Three and Vodafone in the UK.
Passengers on Etihad Airways’ daily flights between New York and Abu Dhabi can now use their own mobile phones to text, browse and call, thanks to Panasonic Avionics’ eXPhone service and AeroMobile, the leading in-flight mobile phone operator. The national airline of the United Arab Emirates launched the Wi-Fi and GSM-enabled Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on June 1st, increasing capacity on the New York route by 36.6 per cent.