July 05, 2012

Cebu Pacific Air! to offer in-flight Wi-Fi in 2013

Another first from Cebu Pacific, Wi-Fi on board, now this will make the flight less boring, Cebu Pacific’s A330 fleet is scheduled to have Wi-Fi installed mid-next year.
Once Internet OnAir is in service, Cebu Pacific passengers will be able to access the Internet during flights and make calls using Voice Over IP applications, using their Wi-Fi enabled personal electronic devices, such as Android™ phones and tablets, iPhone®, iPad®, BlackBerry®, and laptops. Cebu Pacific’s A330 fleet is scheduled to have Wi-Fi installed mid-next year, in time for the airline’s initial deployment of long haul services. CEB’s A330 fleet, planned for introduction in the third quarter of 2013, will allow Cebu Pacific to provide direct, non-stop flights to regions within the aircraft’s 11-hour flying range including the Middle East, Australia, parts of Europe and the U.S.
More information about CEB is available at
About OnAir
OnAir sets the benchmark for global in-flight connectivity services, with 47 customers on five continents. We are the only provider to offer consistent global coverage for both in-flight GSM and Wi-Fi, thanks to around 80 regulatory approvals, 350 roaming agreements, and by using Inmarsat’s satellite networks.
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Now the next question is, Will this service be offered as FREE to their passengers or it will be available for a certain FEE…

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