Air New Zealand is celebrating a major milestone with its inflight wi-fi, having offered more than one million free inflight wi-fi sessions to passengers across its network.
The kiwi carrier first started rolling out wi-fi capability across its international jet fleet in October 2017, making it free of charge from December 2018.
Inflight Wi-Fi is now available on 23 international aircraft including five Boeing 777-300s, six 777-200s and one 787-9, as well as all 11 A320 and A321 neo aircraft which have been delivered so far.
These aircraft predominantly fly the airline’s trans-Tasman, Pacific Island, US and London routes.
Air New Zealand Chief Marketing and Customer Officer Mike Tod said the airline hit the one million milestone on a flight from Auckland to Perth.
“In addition to reaching the one million milestone, December was our biggest month ever for free inflight Wi-Fi sessions with more than 122,000 customers connecting.”
Air New Zealand Chief Marketing and Customer Officer Mike Tod.
“This beats our previous record of 103,000 sessions in July 2019,” he said.
“We’re delighted with the uptake of our inflight Wi-Fi and have had great customer interest since its introduction with travellers from around the world finding it a fantastic way to be able to stay connected with their friends and family.”
Air New Zealand’s remaining international aircraft are scheduled to be equipped with Wi-Fi throughout 2020.
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