iPass Partners Panasonic Avionics to Offer Inflight Wi-Fi on 23 Airlines

iPass Partners Panasonic Avionics to Offer Inflight Wi-Fi on 23 Airlines Image Credit: iPass

Global WiFi provider, iPass has partnered with Panasonic Avionics to bring inflight Internet access to iPass customers on 23 international airlines, including Air Berlin, All Nippon Airways, and WestJet. With the partnership, iPass' inflight WiFi will be available on more than 747 Panasonic-equipped aircrafts that fly more than 32,000 routes monthly, said iPass.

iPass, which has agreements with several inflight connectivity providers, now offers service onboard more than 2,700 aircrafts. Last year, iPass teamed up with GoGo Air to offer iPass Unlimited, where users can access Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi services on more than 2,100 commercial aircrafts.

Patricia Hume, chief commercial officer, iPass
Inflight Wi-Fi is critical for our business customers, and our partnership with Panasonic extends iPass' inflight footprint to many of the world's leading international carriers.

David Bruner, Vice President of Global Communications Services at Panasonic Avionics
Our partnership with iPass brings convenient access to Wi-Fi connectivity to our customers through a single service, helping them stay connected when they need it most.

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