Faroese national airline Atlantic Airways is joining the Wi-Fi club.
An Atlantic Airways spokesperson last week told Kringvarp Føroya that Wi-Fi service is expected to be installed on Atlantic‘s entire fleet before the end of this year.
The inflight Wi-Fi service, which will be low bandwidth, will not have any impact on ticket prices, writes Kringvarp Føroya, adding – arguably much to the delight of future travelers – that the service will be free of charge.
According to Travelandleisure.com, 82 airlines around the world are rolling out or already offer Wi-Fi.
Three airlines offer Wi-Fi on all of their flights: Icelandair, Southwest, and Virgin Atlantic.
You’ll find also Wi-Fi onboard all long-haul flights when flying with Air Europa, Delta, Emirates, Etihad, Eurowings, EVA Air, Iberia, Kuwait, Lufthansa, SAS, Scoot, United, and Virgin Atlantic.