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- 113. Emirates to launch Inflight Mobile Phone Use in January 2007
Emirates to launch Inflight Mobile Phone Use in January 2007.
- 114. Malaysia Airlines Enhances Indian Cuisine on Flights Departing India
Malaysia Airlines has enhanced its inflight meal service to provide a wider variety of authentic Indian cuisines on its flights departing from Indian destinations to Kuala Lumpur. The enhanced menu offerings will see a refreshed array of authentic Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals served inflight.
- 115. Emirates Offers Inflight Iftar Service for Ramadan
Emirates Offers Inflight Iftar Service for Ramadan. For flights departing close to Iftar, Emirates will provide small snack boxes at the boarding gates of Emirates Terminal 3. The snack boxes, containing vegetable calzone, Namoura dessert, dates, water and a laban drink, will serve as a quick snack so that passengers can break their fast immediately.
- 116. Singapore Airlines outsources KrisShop Inflight Duty Free Sales to DFASS
Singapore Airlines outsources KrisShop Inflight Duty Free Sales to DFASS.
- 117. Chefs from Mandarin Oriental to Create Inflight Menus for Cathay Pacific’s First Class Passenger
Cathay Pacific and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group have partnered to craft unique inflight menus over the coming 12 months. Top chefs from various renowned Mandarin Oriental properties in Hong Kong, London, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo and Boston will each design menus with their own styles and characteristics. The menus will be offered to First Class passengers travelling o
- 118. SriLankan Airlines to Add OnAir GSM and WiFi to Inflight Experience
SriLankan Airlines has signed up for OnAir’s inflight mobile phone and Wi-Fi services. By the autumn, people flying from Colombo to destinations all over the world will be able to email, tweet, send text messages, make calls, and surf the internet during the flight.
- 119. Scoot Launches “Social-Lite” Wi-Fi Plan
Scoot has launched a new inflight Wi-Fi plan to encourage more passengers to remain connected while onboard. Optimised for messaging and chat services as well as light surfing, the “Social-Lite” plan costs US$5 for 20MB of data at 64kbps surfing speed and complements Scoot’s existing inflight Wi-Fi plans on its Boeing 787 fleet, priced at US$11.95 for one hour, US$16.95 for three h
- 120. Lufthansa to Relaunch Inflight Internet
Lufthansa to Relaunch Inflight Internet. From the middle of 2010, Lufthansa's customers will again be able to communicate via the internet above the clouds, as the airline relaunches FlyNet, its on-board broadband Internet service.
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