Cebu Pacific is to provide OnAir internet
service to passengers on its Airbus A330 fleet starting in 2013.
The airline also has the option to install Wi-Fi on its fleet of
Airbus A320 aircraft, for short haul flights, in the next phase.
Once Internet OnAir is in service, Cebu Pacific
passengers will be able to access the internet during flights and
make calls using Voice Over IP applications, using their Wi-Fi enabled personal electronic devices, such as Android phones and
tablets, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, and laptops.
A330 fleet is scheduled to have Wi-Fi installed mid-next year, in
time for the airline’s initial deployment of long haul services.
CEB’s A330 fleet, planned for introduction in the third quarter of
2013, will allow Cebu Pacific to provide direct, non-stop flights
to regions within the aircraft’s 11-hour flying range including
the Middle East, Australia, parts of Europe and the U.S..
Manila-based Cebu Pacific will be the first long-haul,
carrier in South East Asia to provide inflight internet access.
“Cebu Pacific has a highly social community of over 600,000
likes on Facebook and over 380,000 Twitter followers. We are very
happy to provide our guests with the convenience of online
connectivity while in-flight. CEB can now engage passengers
through innovative web-based solutions that will further enhance
their flying experience with us,” said Candice Iyog, CEB VP for
Marketing and Distribution.
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