In-flight Connectivity is transforming the airline industry.
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Once considered a luxury, in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity is becoming the new standard worldwide. As more and more airlines seek new opportunities to generate a loyal consumer base, attract new customers and ensure profitability, the industry has seen an important uptick in the number of carriers offering in-flight connectivity on both domestic and international flights, as a way to generate incremental revenue and gain valuable insight into passengers. An increase in the number of low-cost carriers, an improving economy and a higher number of available routes worldwide are all contributing
to a surge of new passengers on a global basis; according to IATA, an additional 421 million passengers will travel in 2019, and in Latin America alone, airline traffic saw an increase of 7.3% in 2017. Airlines are looking to capitalize on that growth by offering a better experience to passengers, and experts highlight the growing importance of in-flight connectivity in providing that experience as passengers travel more frequently and across longer distances.