Passengers travelling with Norwegian airline have reacted positively to the option of being able to take advantage of free wi-fi during their flight.
Some flights saw more than half of passengers logging on, the most during an Oslo to Alicante flight on April 14, when 87 passengers were connected at 30, 000 feet.
The high-speed broadband service was launched by the airline in February, and Norwegian is the only airline offering passengers this service on European routes, which is hoped to give a competitive advantage.
The airline plans to have installed a wifi service on its whole fleet of aircraft by the end of 2012, and will remain free of charge for the time being.
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