In-flight broadband could be coming to New Zealand thanks to an agreement between Auckland-based engineering company Broadtech Group and Germany-based in-flight connectivity specialist SkyFive.
Despite some government concerns over the safety of BYO laptops, tablets and phones on planes, Juniper Research forecasts a big jump in various commercial planes with net-connected Wi-Fi for customers.
It's almost three months since Qantas switched on fast, free in-flight Wi-Fi. The carrier now has lots of insights into passenger adoption of the tech and has fitted the tech into a second plane.
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