JAL expands Wi-Fi service to more routes

Wi-Fi will be rolled out on JAL's international Boeing 787s
Wi-Fi will be rolled out on JAL’s international Boeing 787s

Japan Airlines will start rolling out in-flight Wi-Fi services on more international routes next month.

Effective 3 March 2015, the airline will offer Wi-Fi onboard its Boeing 767-300ER and B787-8 Dreamliner aircraft, operating on routes to Europe, North America and long-haul Asian destinations.

JAL started offering in-flight Wi-Fi onboard its international B777-300ER aircraft in 2012, and this year it will continue the roll-out to nine B767s and three B787s. Passengers can connect to the internet for US$10.15 per hour or US$18.80 for 24 hours.

Meanwhile, JAL has also unveiled plans to upgrade its in-flight entertainment offerings. From April 2015, the airline will unveil a series of new Hollywood and Japanese movies onboard its B787s, including Japan’s famed Manga cartoons.

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