Woooh! Wi-Fi miles up in the sky? Yes, please!

Photo via Malindo Air on Facebook
Photo via Malindo Air on Facebook

AirAsia has revealed that it has successfully completed the first public test of its inflight Wi-Fi service that is slated to be available on its aircrafts by the end of the year. Now if you think that AirAsia is the first Malaysian-based low-cost carrier that is planning to offer such service to travellers, think again.

Malindo Air initially announced the inflight Wi-Fi service last year. The service is even listed on the airline’s website but unfortunately, the service is still not available for Malindo Air’s flyers but, things might just take a turn for the better. Malindo Air has teased flyers and travellers by posting a teaser (shown above) on its Facebook page. This teaser indicates that the airline’s inflight Wi-Fi is finally, in due time, going to be available to flyers.


Unfortunately, not further details were mentioned in the teaser but previous announcements make it rather obvious that travellers will have to pay for the inflight Wi-Fi service should they want to use it. Given that the service has been delayed for a year now, we really hope Malindo Air is finally able to deliver the highly anticipated inflight Wi-Fi service.


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