It has been intimated and implied for roughly two years. Now it is confirmed.
Delta Air Lines expects Viasat‘s inflight internet service to be active across its entire fleet by the end of next year. A Delta spokesperson confirmed the plans to PaxEx.Aero as part of verifying that the airline’s first A220-300 with the Viasat kit is now flying.
Getting all the planes fitted, however, comes with challenges.
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