Fliers traveling with Cathay Pacific may soon be able to access the internet during flights as the airline looks into providing Wi-Fi service for the first time on its Airbus A350 aircraft, according to a report by Business Traveller Asia-Pacific. In a recent technical bulletin issued to staff members, the airline is said to have decided on two prices for the service, offering passengers the option to pay US$20 to access Wi-Fi throughout the flight or US$10 for an hourly fee. As for members of the Marco Polo Club, Wi-Fi connectivity will be free-of-charge using a special voucher.
“We are in the final stages of concluding our preparations for the introduction of an in-flight connectivity service onboard our A350 aircraft,” a spokeswoman of the airline was quoted in the report, adding that full features and final pricing for the service is yet to be announced.
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