Xiamen Airlines Rolls Out Free Wi-fi for Economy Passengers


Economy passengers on board Xiamen Airlines’ Boeing 787 Dreamliner can now enjoy free Wi-Fi access up in the air after the carrier rolled out a similar trial feature for its business class passengers in December 2015. The initial trial was launched along with the introduction of the carrier’s new flights to Sydney. To date, a total of four Xiamen Airlines Dreamliners are equipped with a Wi-Fi feature, including ones serving Xiamen–Sydney, Fuzhou–Sydney, Xiamen–Amsterdam, and Xiamen–Beijing.

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