Air Canada has announced that Air Canada Rouge will soon offer high-speed, satellite internet on Airbus A319. Passengers now have access to internet, allowing them to email, stream video, play music and surf the web while flying.
The Canadian airline plans on installing high-speed internet on all A319 and Boeing 767-300ER by the end of 2018. According to the Air Canada press release, Air Canada Rouge pricing packages will be available so passengers can pick a level of service that suits what the individual wants.
“Air Canada was the first Canadian carrier to offer customers in-flight connectivity and today, we are pleased to extend this service on Air Canada Rouge. High-speed internet is another great onboard entertainment option for our customers and strengthens Air Canada Rouge’s promise to provide a wonderful beginning and ending to any vacation,” said Benjamin Smith, president of passenger Airlines at Air Canada.
Air Canada’s leisure airline includes 48 aircraft in its fleet and offers customers over 100 routes on five continents. With over 1,600 employees Air Canada Rouge says its purpose is to “create wonderful beginnings and endings to customer’s vacations, every day, on every flight.”
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Source: Air Canada