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Jet Airways begins examining wifi for aircraft

Take that as a hint, Jet Airways is now actively looking (perhaps!) for wifi implementation on their planes, and it could be a big differentiation for them if other carriers don't follow through on their lead. Here is why I say they have taken the lead on wifi implementation The post Jet Airways begins examining wifi for aircraft appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
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