Stay Connected While Travelling Thanks To WiFi On These Airlines

About half of the planes in national flagship carrier Singapore Airlines’ fleet are equipped with Wi-Fi services for customers, as are all 12 planes flown by budget subsidiary Scoot.

The two airlines are among the 70-odd air carriers providing passengers with Wi-Fi.

This is typically a paid service, with airlines either using a time-based fee model or charging passengers by how much data they want to consume.

With one in four commercial planes worldwide now offering Wi-Fi access to passengers – and the proportion expected to rise to two in three airplanes by 2025 – here is a look at some regional carriers where being on board does not mean going offline.

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