Central Government requires airlines to sell passengers Wi-Fi in-flight services

On Monday the Union government issued a notification declaring that all airlines operating in India are now eligible to provide their passengers with Wi-Fi in-flight facilities.

“The Pilot-in-Command may enable passengers on board an aircraft on the flight, via Wi-Fi on board, to access Internet services when a laptop, smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, e-reader or point of sale system is used in flight or aircraft mode,” said the notification.

While taking delivery of their first Boeing 787-9 aircraft at Everett last Friday, Vistara CEO Leslie Thng had said it would be India’s first aircraft to provide Wi-Fi connectivity in-flight.

The Telecom Commission approved in-flight connectivity earlier in 2018, enabling voice and data calls as well as data surfing inside Indian airspace.

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