AeroMobile Partners With Etisalat To Lower Inflight Mobile Charges For UAE Passengers

AeroMobile, a Panasonic Avionics Corporation subsidiary, and leading UAE telecommunications operator Etisalat have partnered to simplify and reduce the cost of mobile phone use inflight. AeroMobile’s inflight mobile phone service is now available in Etisalat’s mainstream roaming packages, allowing their subscribers to stay online, make and receive calls, listen to voicemail on AeroMobile equipped aircraft… Read more

AeroMobile Passes One Million Connected Flights

AeroMobile has connected over one million flights since its launch Leading inflight connectivity provider AeroMobile, in partnership with Panasonic Avionics, has passed another milestone having connected over one million flights. AeroMobile was the first to introduce inflight connectivity in 2008 and now has over 340 roaming agreements in more than 145 countries. The AeroMobile service… Read more

3G in the sky – it’s been almost one year

It’s been almost one year since we launched our inflight 3G connectivity service – a world first! Today, 50 per cent of the AeroMobile fleet offer 3G connectivity including airberlin, Air Serbia, EuroWings, Etihad, SAS and Singapore Airlines. 3G connected aircraft have flown over 10,000 flights so far in 2016. Our 3G network provides a… Read more

Our growing connected fleet

Since the launch of our world-first inflight 3G connectivity service in December last year, our connected fleet has expanded rapidly. As well as forging new partnerships with roaming and airline partners, we’ve also been working closely with existing partners to make inflight roaming more accessible for passengers. This year we’ve already celebrated several new 3G… Read more

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Inflight connectivity is here for the long-haul

The world might have just gotten even smaller, with the announcement that Qatar Airways is planning the world’s longest direct flight between Doha, Qatar, and Auckland, New Zealand. The new route would make travelling to the other side of the world more accessible, but would take around 18 and a half hours. Last year our… Read more

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