ANA finally starts in-flight Wi-Fi access on March 1

ANA, One of the major Japanese airlines, has announced that they are finally going to start offering in-flight Wi-Fi access, provided by OnAir of Switzerland, on March 1.

First, they will introduce the service for a few of their Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 767-300 aircraft, which usually fly to Europe, the U.S. and some Asian counties. Then, they will add the service to more airplanes for a total of 28 aircraft by the end of this year.

The fee will be US$6 for 5MB, US$12 for 10MB, and US$24 for 20MB per flight. Payment can be made only by credit card.

Another major Japanese airlines, JAL is already offering Wi-Fi access for their international flights with 2 utility fee plans: US$11.95 for 1 hour or US$21.95 for 24 hours.

I wonder which plan, ANA's or JAL's, is better deal.



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