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Croatia Airlines Adds In-Flight Wi-Fi With Panasonic Ku-Band On Airbus A220

Croatia Airlines is raising its game by making in-flight Wi-Fi available to passengers. The development is through a collaboration with Panasonic Avionics. The cutting-edge wireless service will feature on the airline’s new Airbus A220 fleet. This marks an important milestone as the airline’s first in-flight internet service offering.

Croatia Airlines in-flight wi-fi

This exciting update follows an agreement with Panasonic Avionics, a leader in in-flight engagement and connectivity solutions. Croatia Airlines will equip its 15 new A220 aircraft with this technology by 2027. Passengers can first enjoy the new service in June 2024.

Croatia Airlines Offers Seamless In-Flight Wi-Fi Connections and In-Seat Power

The introduction of high-speed Wi-Fi allows passengers to connect seamlessly. They can work efficiently, browse the internet, and stay in touch with friends and family while flying. Each seat also has USB-A and USB-C ports and holders for smartphones and tablets.

Croatia Airlines selected Panasonic Avionics’ Ku-band satellite connectivity for its top-tier performance and compatibility with the Airbus A220. This partnership reflects the airline’s commitment to improving its passengers’ experience.

With the installation of the Ku-band antenna, Croatia Airlines connects its A220 fleet to Panasonic Avionics’ global communications network. This network delivers robust, high-bandwidth satellite coverage.

Hernan Abbes, Vice President of Global Sales, Panasonic Avionics Corporation said: “We are honored that Croatia Airlines has chosen Panasonic Avionics to provide the first ever onboard Wi-Fi services for its fleet. We are confident that it will enhance the airline’s engagement with its passengers and the in-flight experience it offers.”

Jasmin Bajić, CEO at Croatia Airlines said: “We are thrilled to announce the introduction of onboard connectivity for the first time in our thirty-five years history, coinciding with the arrival of the A220 aircraft. This agreement with Panasonic Avionics aligns with our mission to enhance the in-flight passenger experience and deliver top quality connectivity to our valued customers.”

More than 70 leading airlines worldwide have chosen Panasonic Avionics’ in-flight connectivity services. Airlines see growing demand from customers for more robust, high-speed connections.

Panasonic Avionics Corporation is the world’s leading supplier of in-flight engagement and communication systems. The company pioneered the industry in 1979 and has consistently introduced innovations that enable unique customer experiences and enhance airline loyalty (NPS), ancillary revenue, and operational efficiency.

Over 200 leading airlines worldwide have chosen to install Panasonic Avionics in-flight engagement, satellite Wi-Fi connectivity, and digital services on their aircraft. Panasonic Avionics’ proven systems are supported by the largest global support and services team, which utilizes OEM insights to ensure peak system performance.

Panasonic Avionics Corporation is headquartered in California and has over 3,500 employees. It operates in 50 locations around the globe.


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