Earlier today, AirAsia has publicly revealed that it has successfully completed the first public test of its inflight Wi-Fi service that is scheduled to be available on its aircrafts by the end of this year. Believe it or not, AirAsia is actually not the first Malaysian-based low-cost carrier that is interested in offering such service to travellers.
It was Malindo Air who has actually announced the service last year (twice, in fact) and has even listed it on the airline’s website but somehow, the inflight Wi-Fi service is still not available for Malindo Air’s customers even till today. Well then, good thing that the wait will be over soon.
Few hours ago, Malindo Air has published a teaser (shown above) on its Facebook page which implies that the airline’s inflight Wi-Fi service will finally be available to its customers soon. However, no further details were mentioned in the teaser but from previous announcement, we do know that there will be a fee involved shall passengers decided to utilize the service.
Given the fact that the service has been delayed for more than a year after it was announced, let’s hope that the airline will finally able to deliver the inflight Wi-Fi connectivity to its passengers this time around.